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Ceal Floyer at Lisson Gallery, London

LISSON GALLERY, London

Ceal Floyer at Lisson Gallery, London
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JJ Charlesworth

There's a kind of neo-conceptualism that loves puns. After all, it was old-style conceptualism that first sternly denounced the usually invisible join between object, language, and concept, but that was only on the back of the dry wit of conceptualism's own errant uncle, Marcel Duchamp, who, unlike his dour descendants, couldn't resist the ludic anarchism of wordplay and wayward signification. In the middle of winter, you’re always forced to smile at Duchamp's snow... continue reading

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