Lumiere London was a big lighting festival that was held in January. I visited several areas in central London and my journey continued from the venues I took viewing the installations at Westminster Abbey, Soth Bank, Oxford Cirus to Piccadilly through Regent Street in my previous post.
One of the main exhibition areas of this year’s Lumiere London was Leicester Square. Inside the square there were giant rabbits, fox, frogs as well as a huge Foxglove plant and many Butterflies glowed in the darkness, creating a magical fairy tale world.
Another main area with many art installations was Kings Cross. It spread out from just outside of the train station towards Regent Canal area onward.
There were several more interesting installations that I had missed to view. It seems like this event gets held every year now. If you missed to attend this year’s you can find something different next year. 🙂