Photography: Gareth Gardner

Sun Pavilion introduces Morag Myerscough’s trademark neon colours and geometric shapes to London’s Montgomery Square.

The technicolour pavilion occupies a grassy spot surrounded by high rise buildings and is, according to the New London Fabulous artist, designed as a place for people to gather together following the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions in the UK.

People can sit beneath the installation’s awning, on a series of stepped benches, or on a raised section that’s framed to resemble a theatrical stage, complete with upside-down curtains made from wood.

All of this takes place beneath a neon yellow stylised sun, which crowns the entire piece. Planters filled with palms also help bring a tropical feel to the artwork, which will remain in Canary Wharf until the end of October 2021.

Fans of Myerscough’s work can also peek inside her vibrant former East London home, which sold earlier this summer and is filled with patterns.

Sun Pavilion introduces Morag Myerscough’s trademark neon colours and geometric shapes to London’s Montgomery Square.
Photography: Gareth Gardner
Sun Pavilion introduces Morag Myerscough’s trademark neon colours and geometric shapes to London’s Montgomery Square.
Photography: Gareth Gardner
Sun Pavilion introduces Morag Myerscough’s trademark neon colours and geometric shapes to London’s Montgomery Square.
Photography: Gareth Gardner
Sun Pavilion introduces Morag Myerscough’s trademark neon colours and geometric shapes to London’s Montgomery Square.
Photography: Gareth Gardner

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