• A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages
  • A collection of Winter Lightsimages

Winter Lights returns with spectacular light installations and interactive art throughout Canary Wharf

The sculptures, structures and installations are the creations of some of the most innovative artists and designers around today, presenting work in different forms of light technology. Artists from across the globe will showcase installations that are interactive, performance art or visual spectacles to be admired from afar.

Appealing to art lovers, families, young and the old, there is something for everyone from dusk and all for free.  Best seen after 5pm all the installations and light affects come alive during the evening until 10pm so join us on a dark January evening and experience a wealth of inventive and spectacular light effects and sculptures that will illuminate the Canary Wharf skyline.

Click here to download the Winter Lights 2018 brochure

The pieces listed below are numbered in accordance with our Winter Lights map to help you find your way around however, they can be visited in any order so feel free to explore! You can click here to download our Winter Lights map

Read about how our 2017 event won Best Creative Lighting Event at darc awards and click here to watch our Winter Lights 2017 video

Winter Lights 2018 programme

1: Sonic Light Bubble, Eness, Jubilee Plaza
2: bit.fall, Julius Popp, Chancellor Passage
3: Polaris, Laurent Fort, Cabot Place
4: Halo, Venividimultiplex, Cabot Square
5: The Cube, Ottotto, Cubitt Steps
6: Apparatus Florius, Tom Dekyvere, Westferry Circus
7: Urban Patterns, Kasjo Studio, Columbus Courtyard,
8: Lightbenches, LBO Lichtbank, Columbus Courtyard
9: Dazzling Dodecahedron, Amberlights, Wren Landing
10: Pixels, Jonas Vorwerk, Adams Plaza
11: We Can Meet, Martin Richman, Crossrail Place Quayside
12: FLORA, Philipp Artus, Crossrail Place Quayside
13: On your Wavelength, Marcus Lyall, Level -3 Crossrail Place
14: Selected Works, Amberlights, Level -3 Crossrail Place
15: Tempus, Ben Rousseau, Level -3 Crossrail Place
16: Clones, Joachim Slugocki, Level -3 Crossrail Place
17: Fracture, Jessica Lloyd-Jones, Level -3 Crossrail Place
18: LUNA, Kinetech Design, Level -3 Crossrail Place
19: Reduced Landscapes, Maja Petric, Level -3 Crossrail Place
20: Reflecting Holons, Michiel Martens & Jetske Visser, Level -3 Crossrail Place
21: Made by Manos, Manos Kalamenios, Level -3 Crossrail Place
22: Future Fashion, Cutecircuit, Level -3 Crossrail Place
23: Helios, DPA Lighting Consultants, LED Linear & Architainment Lighting, Crossrail Place Roof Garden
24: Luma Paint Light Graffiti, Lichtfaktor, Crossrail Place Roof Garden
25: Estuary Poem for Wyndham Lewis and other works, Robert Montgomery, Lobby One Canada Square
26: Playful Shadows, Malgosia Benham, Canada Place
27: Vapour, Fenella Osborne, Window Gallery Jubilee Walk
28: Made by Manos, Manos Kalamenios, Window Gallery Canada Walk
29: Coup de Foudre II, Bill Culbert, Churchill Place
30: Abstract, Collectif Coin, Montgomery Square
31: Intrude, Amanda Parer, Jubilee Park
32: Sunlight Graffiti, Little Sun, Jubilee Place
33: Colour Me Beautiful, Tine Bech, Jubilee Place

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