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New exhibition opens near Tower Bridge

Published: Monday 22nd of September 2008

Visitors to London will this week have the chance to see seven unique art installations along the River Thames.

The exhibition features the work of world-class artists including Craig Walsh and Mariele Neudecker, with the installations stretching from Blackfriars Bridge to Tower Bridge.

According to the Guardian, the exhibition also features the work of British artist Keith Bowler, who has created a "light installation that emerges as night falls".

The exhibition – which has been organised by Illuminate Productions – also features a half-sunken sailboat created by French artist Julien Berthier and an atmospheric piece with the sounds of waves and seagulls.

Caroline Jones, a spokesperson for the organisation, commented: "The aim was to create art in a site-specific context that would be more accessible.

"These are works that are conceptual, but you don't need a degree to understand them."

Meanwhile, London's Tower Bridge also houses a number of its own exciting displays, including an exhibition charting the history of the bridge.

Visitors can gain entry to Tower Bridge using their London Pass.

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