An ex-brothel and porn shop in the heart of Soho has reopened as a gallery with a show focussing on neon and light art, including works from Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk, God's Own Junkyard and the Kinetica Museum.
The works on display are an eclectic range, from tongue-in-cheek neon and vintage Soho sex shop signage to witty works such as Rob & Nick Carter's topless beefeaters, or the more bizarre taxidermy light art of Alex Randall (keep an eye out for his seagull wall lamps in the atmospheric basement rooms). The building that houses the exhibition, dubbed Lights of Soho, also operates as a private members' club with special events and a lounge area inside.
City Lights... Lay Out Before Us continues at Lights of Soho until 5 July. Free admission. See Lights of Soho website for opening hours.