William Morris Gallery celebrates light at late event

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William Morris Gallery celebrates light at late event

It may be dark outside - but inside the William Morris Gallery visitors have been celebrating a world of light.

Art by the late Chris Bracey featured in a special after-hours event called Illuminate.

Bracey was behind God's Own Junkyard, a family business in Walthamstow which houses the largest collection of neon art outside the US.

Illuminate also included poetry and performances on the theme of light. 

The William Morris Gallery holds late events every two months, allowing its exhibition spaces to be taken over by local artists.

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