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Other Criteria is at @expochicago booth 911 until Sunday 25 September https://t.co/6vPWmnu7mh #DamienHirsthttps://t.co/ugzRqlGSwG
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Rachel Howard's largest solo exhibition in Italy opens at Macro Testaccio #Roma https://t.co/rG56sAbqYU https://t.co/WZx6VNmFPW
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Adam Dix’s exhibition ‘All Are Welcome’ will be running at @elevenfineart from 23 September to 29 October 2016.… https://t.co/kDf5CAeMhA
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Other Criteria will be @expochicago Sep. 22-25, booth 451 #DamienHirst #HarlandMiller https://t.co/CKsLLf9s3i https://t.co/Rl038tlC4o
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Michael Joo exhibition: 'Barrier Island' @SCADdotedu https://t.co/6f1MpvqTRF
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A Selection of Works to Draw your Autumn #drawing #TomOrmond https://t.co/BI69ImNPGO https://t.co/Z41YVfRCDq
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Richard Prince at Fred Torres

April 16, 2010 by Ellie

Richard Prince's work is currently on show at Fred Torres Collaborations, New York City as part of the group show, Knock Knock: Who's There? That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore, a double exhibition across two spaces (also at Armand Bartos Fine Art) that looks at the role of humour in modern and contemporary art to confront social, sexual and political issues. Catch the Fred Torres half of the show before it comes down on April 24th.

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