With the rise of mobile phones and other technological advances, it’s now easier than ever for artists to show their work in their home.This week, BBC Sport will be looking at how to find some of the best neon art shows around the world.Neon art is a new art form in the UK, but itRead More
In 2017, Berlin and the Swiss capital of Zurich hosted a series of art exhibitions, and the city of Stuttgart and Geneva came to a similar conclusion.The Neon Art Exhibition, the largest in the world, took place in both cities.The exhibition, which opened in 2019, is a show by two artists called the Neon ArtRead More
A new exhibition in the capital, the city that once saw a rioting mob burn down a statue of the Queen of Ireland, is celebrating the centennial of the republic and its independence from England.The exhibition, titled The Queen of the City of Dublin, was unveiled at the National Gallery in the city on Saturday,Read More
The US government has banned most foreign art exhibitions from its airports, airports hubs, museums and other public venues after a US law that prevents countries from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Monday it would ban the exhibitions at its airports from the startRead More
By Neena Ghosh | 15 January 2017 08:00:00After a week spent with the French artist Neon, who has a show in London, we’ve had a chance to chat with him about his work.We’ve also seen him work in the UK and around the world.Neon’s Neon and String paintings are an important piece of art forRead More
There will be no shortage of neon art exhibitions taking place across Australia in July, but not everyone will have the luxury of an open-air gallery experience.Here are some of the most popular neon art exhibition sites across the country, as well as their opening hours.
In a recent study, researchers from Yale University found that people who have been exposed to neon lighting at home in their home are more likely to have higher rates of depression and anxiety.The findings were published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences.This is because neon lights emit a strong chemical that makes themRead More
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