London lit up by Lumiere festival



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‘The Wave’ by Vertigo on London’s South Bank

Landmarks across central London have been lit up as part of the four-night Lumiere festival of light.

British and international artists are displaying more than 50 artworks on some of the capital’s most iconic buildings.

Installations will feature in areas in London including King’s Cross, Leicester Square and the South Bank.

A woman walks through 'Entre Les Rangs', by Rami Bebawi and KANVA at Lewis Cubitt Park, King's CrossImage copyright
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A woman walks through ‘Entre Les Rangs’, by Rami Bebawi and KANVA at Lewis Cubitt Park, King’s Cross

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‘The Reflektor’ by Studio Roso on display in Carlton Street, near Piccadilly Circus

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A person looks at ‘Supercube’ by Stephane Masson on display in St James’s Market

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Lights displayed outside Leicester Square

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People take photos of ‘Waterlicht’ by Daan Roosegaarde at Granary Square, King’s Cross, north London

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A sculpture of a frog is lit up outside the W Hotel in Leicester Square

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‘The Light of the Spirit Chapter 2’ by Patrice Warrener at Westminster Abbey

The festival will run until Sunday, each evening from 17:30 until 22:30 GMT.


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