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Enough With The Fourth Plinth Nonsense, Says UK National Gallery Director
"Nicholas Penny, the director of the National Gallery in London, has criticised the contemporary works that temporarily occupy the empty plinth in front of the gallery in Trafalgar Square as 'antagonistic to the architectural character of the square', turning the plinth into 'a stage, which can be used ironically, farcically [and] inappropriately'." The Art Newspaper 10/30/12
Posted October 31, 2012 12:41 AM




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