This is the message Prestonians are to be told for five months beaming down on them on the Flag Market.Advertisement
Plans have been lodged to add a temporary giant neon artwork to the front of the grade I listed Harris Museum and Art Gallery.
As part of artist Martin Creed bringing his contemporary art exhibition to the Harris.
Creed has a number of works including large neon signs – including number 203 which reads ‘Everything Is Going To Be Alright’.
Preston City Council have applied for permission to install the artwork from January until June.
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Creed’s work is due to be on display inside the Harris from 27 January to 3 June and the Harris is the first museum outside of London to showcase the work.
A spokesman for the city council said: “As the Harris is a listed structure we will obviously be careful and need permission to install something like this.
“It’s very exciting we’re able to bring an artist like Martin’s work to the city.”
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