A look at the impact of advertising lighting on the nighttime appearance of cities and the increasing use of lighting spectacles to highlight buildings in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, this exhibit focuses on the 'interface between light art and city light.' Illuminated Cities-Illuminated Art is divided into three parts: the integration of outstanding examples of twentieth century light art in the museum's collection; images of international examples of outdoor light art; and new artistic lighting installations designed specifically for Kant park (adjacent to the museum) and in the center of Duisburg. An exhibition catalogue and documentation for public lighting projects in the region will accompany the show, as well as a series of tours and a daylong symposium. The exhibit runs from October 17, 2004, through January 30, 2005. For information, go to www.lehmbruckmuseum.de