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Pablo Larios explores Anne Imhof's exhibition-as-opera at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

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Frieze Art Fair Video - 14 Oct 2016

Ann Gallagher explains the significance of the works acquired for Tate at Frieze London, with the support of WME | IMG

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Coinciding with their current show at Carroll / Fletcher, London, John Wood and Paul Harrison share and explain four of their early films

Talks & Projects - 28 Sep 2016

A panel discussion, held at Pivô, São Paulo, exploring the mushroom as motif in the 32nd Bienal de São Paulo

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