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London bridges go LED as part of £45m longest artwork project

London bridges go LED as part of £45m longest artwork project
Thursday 18
6:32 2019

Displays by US artist Leo Villareal replace usual lighting on four spans across Thames Four London bridges have been illuminated in what is the first phase of a £45m project to create the longest artwork in the world. London, Cannon Street, Southwark and Millennium bridges had their municipal lighting replaced with dynamic – possibly soothing – LED displays created by the US artist Leo Villareal. Next year another five will be lit up, followed, it is hoped, by the remaining six, creating the Illuminated River project – 4.5 nautical miles (almost 5.2 miles) from Tower Bridge to Albert Bridge – ...

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Summary: Displays by US artist Leo Villareal replace usual lighting on four spans across Thames Four London bridges have been illuminated in what is the first phase of a £45m project to create the longest artwork in the world. London, Cannon Street, Southwark and Millennium bridges had their municipal lighting replaced ...

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