Artist Mark Wallinger reveals details of 270 black and white enamel works depicting artistic labyrinths.

This article titled “Tube celebrates 150th birthday with labyrinth art project” was written by Mark Brown, arts correspondent, for The Guardian on Thursday 7th February 2013 17.35 UTC

They are not mazes (confusing, exasperating, easy to get lost in) but labyrinths (one way in, one way out) said the artist Mark Wallinger as he revealed details of 270 black and white enamel artworks that will forever hang in London’s tube stations.

The Labyrinth project is two years in the making and follows an approach by London Underground to fulfil the network’s largest ever art commission in what is its 150th birthday year.

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