Chris Bracey

Born London in 1954. Started work in an Art Studio in Soho but his love of neon and all things bright drew him to work on fairground, circus and amusement neon graphics and design. 30 years later his talent was discovered by the Guy Hepner Gallery in LA and work sold throughout the world.

Exhibitions include: Neon Men, Carnaby Street, – Daniel Pool Primrose Hill & Shoreditch, Outside the Square, Margate, – Sims Reed Gallery (Faith exhibition) , The Whitechapel Gallery, The Wellington Club, – Saatchi Gallery (Art of Giving) London, Kinetica Art Fair, – Lock in (Red Bull) – The Conran Shop, London – Liberty’s London – Maison 24, New York – Olympic Village, London. Using neon and bulbs with fabricated metals, reclaimed wood and salvaged iconic signs of yesteryear Chris has undertaken some impressive commissions for Selfridges, (working with David la Chapelle), Agent Provocateur, Alexander McQueen, Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton, Vivienne Westwood, Joe Corri, Harrods, Burberry, Mulberry, Da Da Dandy, Stella McCartney and numerous film and TV projects. Many artworks have been sold at Phillips de Pury London / New York and Sotheby’s London.

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