Photo Friday: Tracey Emin’s ‘I Want My Time With You’ at St Pancras
It’s been a while since my last ‘Photo Friday’ post… admittedly the least time-consuming and the easier posts to write. This isn’t the first time St Pancras has been the focus of a such a post either. This week, I finally got to have a closer look at Tracey Emin’s new-ish art at St Pancras International station, which was unveiled in April 2018. Suspended from the famous Barlow trainshed roof, are the words ‘I Want My Time With You’ in pink lights (LED, not neon due to health and safety). Emin said the message is a love letter to Europe ahead of impending Brexit, which has divided the UK. While art critics have been non-plussed, I like the message and am a fan of neon-esque writing in general so it’s a hit with me. I also didn’t realise until I saw my photos on my laptop that you can see the iconic clocktower of St Pancras peeking through the glass roof.
- ‘I Want My Time With You’ by Tracey Emin is on the upper concourse of St Pancras International, Euston Road, Kings Cross, N1C 4QP. Nearest station: Kings Cross St Pancras.
To find out about the nearby Sir John Betjeman sculpture, click here.
Posted on 22 June 2018, in Art, London, Tourist Attractions and tagged art, london, neon, Photo Friday, photography, St Pancras International, Tracey Emin. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Photo Friday: Tracey Emin’s ‘I Want My Time With You’ at St Pancras.