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New work by David Batchelor transforms St Pancras with colour

— August 2014

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David Bachelor; London's St Pancras Station poses as a kaleidoscope...

While the rest of the UK bathes in sunshine, St Pancras and its passengers have been basking underneath a bright rainbow of colour. With artist David Batchelor’s Tetris-like creation, which is currently suspended high above the millions of visitors to the station, the concourse has been hit by a veritable kaleidoscope of bold colour.
St Pancras International has a notable public art programme, which sees new contemporary art suspended from its enormous Barlow shed(243ft wide x 100ft high). David’s piece is the latest piece in the rotation.


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