A neon-coloured art conspiracy is taking place at Central’s Members’ Bar and gallery space! As we celebrate 40 years of punk heritage and influence in London, we are delighted to play host to extraordinary artworks from Illuminati Neon.
Creating beautiful, seductive art from their Shepherd’s Bush studios, Illuminati Neon is rooted in the birthplace of punk, where they draw on the cultural vibes of West London to create artwork that enlightens the world.
Illuminati Neon can be found in many galleries and establishments, burning brightly on the walls of numerous collections worldwide. Every neon art piece is hand blown to the highest standard, and every piece is bespoke. Using vintage flags and distressed wood, the neon flickers gently to give the most wonderful imagery, while punk messages written under the neon make you smile, laugh and think.
The Illuminati Neon motto: Look to the light, follow the light, learn from the light!
The Illuminati Neon exhibition will run in our gallery until end of October, while the Illuminati Neon art in the Members’ Bar will remain until end of this year. All pieces are for sale. Ask our staff to find out how to get hold of one (or a few) of these amazing works.
Contact Mark Sloper of Illuminati Neon:
Mark attended art college in Sheffield before diverting his attention to directing for TV and film – his most recent work includes Punk 76 for Sky TV, and Billy Fury for BBC4. As a friend of the almighty Sex Pistols, Mark’s punk roots run deep, and he has merged his art credentials with century-old neon to produce beautiful statement art collections.
Recent exhibitions include Lights of Soho, London Westbank, Shoreditch’s Beautiful Crime, Camden’s Accepted Rebellion, Café Royal, Bozboz Brighton, Box Galleries Chelsea and the exclusive Lamberty Gallery in Pimlico.