Exhibition At Westminster Station Celebrates 24-Hour Tube

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Exhibition At Westminster Station Celebrates 24-Hour Tube
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In six month's time, the tube will be running 24 hours during the weekend, on certain lines. Although it's a bit early to start the countdown, Transport for London celebrates with a one-off free photographic exhibition taking place at Westminster Underground station.

Free the Night will showcase 24 large-scale photographic works, installed in the station alcoves. Artists displayed include Juergen Teller, Sam Taylor-Johnson OBE and Bob Mazzer — you may remember his tube photos from the 1980s. Make sure you take a look while on the escalator!

Free the Night is on at Westminster Underground station until 26 April. The exhibition is free to all and organised in partnership with Annin Arts Gallery. All images taken from TfL website, copyright of the artists.

For more art to see in London, visit our top 10 art openings for March.

Last Updated 12 March 2015

Paul

About time Transport for London started to use these, otherwise, horrible concrete alcoves

Robin

Typical, visiting in May :(

Lillycasa.

About time the tube was 24 hrs.. London is one of the most important international cities in the world and still shutting up shop at midnight..it's ridiculous!