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Other Criteria will be at @sp_arte 2017 from 5–9th April, presenting limited edition works by Damien Hirst… https://t.co/1tpowYuSTA
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RT @FinancialTimes: What Damien Hirst did next https://t.co/uNL1yCuSEa
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At @artcentralhk booth E06 until Saturday 25th March https://t.co/Tvc2BiSenB https://t.co/oGZJDKYRAM
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NEW Damien Hirst's Limited Edition Print successfully launched at Art Central Hong Kong https://t.co/LhhwFnx2QN… https://t.co/9WtsDAaOvQ
2 weeks ago

Sneak pic from our booth E06 at @artcentralhk #ArtCentral2017 #HongKong https://t.co/pRK74gCZOb
2 weeks ago

Gavin Turk @NPSGallery: End of Show Flash Sale Starting Now! Until the exhibition ends, Sunday 26th March, 6pm GMT… https://t.co/mkR5TDLGnh
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Rachel Howard both at the Italian Cultural Institute @iiclondra & the @jerwoodgallery from 15 March 2017… https://t.co/jOJpOeP4N4
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OPENS TODAY: Nothing is Forever at SLG

June 25, 2010 by Kay

Join Fiona Banner, Penny McCarthy, Paul Morrison, David Shrigley, Mark Titchner and many more artists in Nothing is Forever, an exhibition celebrating the completion of the South London Gallery's £2 million building project. The artworks have been painted directly onto the gallery walls and will be painted over at the end of the show, evolving from art to architecture as they become part of the structure of the building. Artworks include a 13-storey high design on a tower block and a 5000-word film script handwritten directly onto the walls. The exhibition runs until 5th September 2010. For more information visit the South London Gallery website. South London Gallery expansion Café seating area, installation work by Paul Morrison Credit: 6a architects