The project, which has been curated by Kathy Noble, will see a take over of buildings around the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). Artists including Turner Prize winner Laure Provost, will install works which will be available on public view from 6pm until the wee hours of the morning.

Gregory Muir, director of the ICA, said in a statement: “Art Night builds on the ICA's experiences of working in unusual locations with our Off-Site program and adds to its rich history of presenting ambitious cross-disciplinary work by leading artists."

“We are delighted to be devising the program for the inaugural Art Night in the year of our 70th birthday."

Disused Charing Cross Tube station which will be one of the 10 locations for Art Night. Image via the Guardian Disused Charing Cross Tube station which will be one of the 10 locations for Art Night.
Image via the Evening Standard

Somerset House, the Brutalist building 180 Strand, Two Temple Place and Southwark Cathedral will all host artworks.

Events will take place on 2nd July. For more information, see here.

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