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/ Thomas Dane Gallery
View  of  "Signals:  If  You Like  I  Shall  Grow,"  kurimanzutto  hosted  by  Thomas  Dane  Gallery,  London,  2018.
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Lorena Munoz-Alonso and Isobel Harbison

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written separately, the two texts share the same images and are published below. –By Isobel Harbison “Signals: If You Like I Shall Grow” is an exhibition of works that come from a past that was alive to... continue reading
John Gerrard’s “Farm”

THOMAS DANE GALLERY, London

John Gerrard, "Farm," Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2015.
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Adam Kleinman

Behold: a red headband-wearing cat warrior brandishing a gold-plated .45 automatic astride a rearing white unicorn that breathes fire; all this in front of a rainbow, some violent explosions, and a castle from Super Mario. No, this isn’t my fantasy, it’s simply a Google image search return for “what does... continue reading
View of Akram Zaatari, “On Photography People and Modern Times,” Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2014.
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Shama Khanna

In his latest exhibition, Akram Zaatari offers a way of reading images collectively by looking at the lives and motivations of the photographers who made them. Assuming the role of curator, the artist selects photographs and materials from the Arab Image Foundation (AIF)—which he co-founded with Walid Raad and others... continue reading

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