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Hiroshi Sugimoto ('The Brides in the Bath Murder', 1994)
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'The Brides in the Bath Murder', 1994

© Hiroshi Sugimoto. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Karen Knorr ('The Order of Things')
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'The Order of Things'

©Karen Knorr. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Karl Grimes ('Brown Bear', 1998)
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'Brown Bear', 1998

© Karl Grimes. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Matt Stuart ('Tate Modern #01')
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'Tate Modern #01'

© Matt Stuart. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Richard Ross ('Musem National D'Histoire Naturelle, Paris', 1982)
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'Musem National D'Histoire Naturelle, Paris', 1982

© Richard Ross. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Museum Clausum ('Now and Then #01 (Sir John Soane's Museum)', 2011)
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'Now and Then #01 (Sir John Soane's Museum)', 2011

© Museum Clausum/Courtesy of the Trustees of Sir John Soane's Museum

Traer Scott ('Gazelle')
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'Gazelle'

© Traer Scott. Courtesy PM Gallery & House.

Valery Katsuba ('Gymnast Evgeny Ignatiev at the Art Academy Museum St. Petersburg', 2008)
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'Gymnast Evgeny Ignatiev at the Art Academy Museum St. Petersburg', 2008

© Valery Katsuba. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

 

 

Vid Ingelevics ('Victoria and Albert Museum #3a 43.Victoria and Albert Museum #23a London', 2005)
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'Victoria and Albert Museum #3a 43.Victoria and Albert Museum #23a London', 2005

© Vid Ingelevics. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Matt Stuart ('Tate Modern #02')
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'Tate Modern #02'

© Matt Stuart. Courtesy PM Gallery & House

Forget looking at the art, this show is all about looking at the spaces in which the art is shown. How visitors interact in museums to the way collections are presented is explored through the lens of fifteen artists. Even the hidden treasures of Sir John Soane's are returned to their original home at Pitzhanger Manor.

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