Following a complete refurbishment, Lights of Soho, London’s newest art gallery and member’s lounge, will launch on 28 May, operating as a cultural hub for Soho’s creative community and the global home of creative neon and light art formats. The gallery located on Brewer Street, will also offer food and drink developed in conjunction with Michelin-starred chef Mark Hix, a member’s lounge and an online art shop.
Lights of Soho will bring together established and next generation artists as well as a programme of film, fashion and music events for its members.
‘City Lights’ will bring together an extensive mix of reputable and distinguished light art artists, alongside the up and coming. As the first show to feature both Tracey Emin and the late Chris Bracey, it will be an iconic moment with two pioneers in neon art placed side-by-side in a major exhibition.
‘City Lights’ is inspired by the feelings of excitement and possibility when encountering ‘the new’.
With the support of renowned artists, Lights of Soho will pave the way for a creative club in the heart of London.
‘City Lights’ will be run from 28 May – 5 July, with new exhibitions and events to be announced.
For further information visit: https://www.LightsofSoho.com