Underground Art

IMG_1369Lucy // The Grey Coat Hospital School // 2013

What better way to commemorate the Tube, London’s underground metro system, than to have school children, inspired by working artists, create works of art to hang below ground in a project titled Tracing the Line. Using the walls of the tube stations as a gallery, these 331 students ranging in age worked together to create pieces to hang in their new exhibition space, the London Underground. How many have you seen?

IMG_1371 Anne Harild // Pause // Drawing and collage on paper // 2014

IMG_1372Anne Harild // Cluster // Drawing and collage on paper // 2014

For more information on Tracing the Line visit http://art.tfl.gov.uk/labyrinth/tracing-the-line/

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