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In pictures: there’s a huge neon sculpture at Tate Britain

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Eddy Frankel
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Get ready to have your eyeballs seared to a crisp, because Cerith Wyn Evans’s amazing new Duveen Galleries commission at Tate Britain is a wild ocular ride. Comprising 2km of neon tubing, the piece starts as a calm, simple loop of light before erupting into total chaos. It’s open now and it’s great. 

A LIGHT LUNCH

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DE-LIGHT-FUL

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YOU’VE GOT TO FIGHT... FOR YOUR LIGHT... TO AAAAARTY

 
ITS NAME IS NEON AND IT’S HANGING IN THE TATE
(to the tune of Duran Duran’s ‘Rio’)

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Here, look at some more art here.

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