This dazzling display of neon art at the Sprüth Magers gallery in Grafton Street caught my eye as I was wandering around town on the weekend, so I had to go in for a closer look. By luck, it turned out that I’d arrived on the last day of the show.
Showcasing artist Joseph Kosuth’s work in neon, the exhibition entitled ‘Amnesia: Various, Luminous, Fixed’ covered work dating from 1965 through to 2011. You can read more about the artist here.
The gallery space was in three room over two floors, and with all that neon on full blast it was pretty warm.
Here’s a selection of photographs of the work and the gallery.
In the downstairs room.
View from the street.
Press release for exhibition here.