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Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 22 articles of 800-3000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Scotsman, The Herald and The Financial Times, January-December 2007. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with the majority of articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for Art Newspaper. Other paper work includes handwritten notes and email correspondence.

  • 1 Jan (Scotsman) 42nd St Façade, Anne Militello
  • 9 Jan (Scotsman) Sol LeWitt, Whitney Museum, New York
  • 10 Mar (Financial Times) Vincent Van Gogh, Petit Boulevard, St Louis Museum, Staedel, Frankfurt, William T Kemper Foundation
  • 17 Apr (Financial Times) Paul Mellon, Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven
  • 6 Jun (Financial Times)Peter Paul Rubens, Hermitage Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
  • 12 Jun (Herald Magazine) Frank Lloyd Wright and Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  • 7 Jul (Herald Magazine) Frank Gehry, Jul (Exhibition Catalogue) Ian Scott, Jul (Art Newspaper) The Nordiska Akvarellmuseet, Sweden
  • 27 Jul (Financial Times) Beyond the Easel; Bonnard, Vuillard, Denis, Roussel, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 4 Sep (Herald) William McTaggart, Gleneagles Auction
  • 3 Sep (Sculpture Magazine) Fernando Botero, Marlborough, New York
  • 10 Sep (Art Newspaper) Bulgarian Sculpture, Ilindentci Art Centre
  • 11 Sep (Art Newspaper) New York Festivals, Rockefeller Centre, Howard Scott Gallery, Corning Glass Gallery, Kitchen, New Museum, Gales Gates, New York
  • 26 Sep (Financial Times) Caspar David Friedrich, Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 22 Oct (Financial Times) Alberto Giacometti, MoMA, New York Oct Armani Sidebar, Nov (Art Newspaper) Asia Society, New York
  • 3 Nov (Financial Times) Brazil Body and Soul, Guggenheim, New York
  • 28 Nov (Financial Times) Museum of Work Religions, Taipei
  • 12 Dec (Financial Times) Impressionist Still Life, Philips Collection, Washington
  • 19 Dec (Financial Times) Norman Rockwell, Guggenheim, New York

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 31 Jan (Financial Times) Polish Art 1945-2000, Chicago
  • May (Sculpture Magazine) George Ricky, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York
  • May Lynn Macritchie, Mark Walling
  • Jun Bill Packer, Venice Biennale, Malcolm Morley[/i]

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Articles written for The Glasgow Herald and The Scotsman unless otherwise stated.

Hand written, typed draft copies and printed copies of around 40 articles of 300-1500 word length, by Clare Henry for The Glasgow Herald and The Scotsman, January-December 2000. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with many of the articles feature British artists exhibiting in New York and California, including Andy Goldsworthy, David Mach, Peter Chang and Richard Long.

Also includes articles written for Sculpture Magazine, Interiors Magazine Craft Council Magazine and Art Newspaper, covering visual art craft, architecture and related news issues in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London. Henry gives more context and opinion on Talbot Rice Edinburgh, James Turrell in France and the Festival International de Sculpture de Monte Carlo Monaco, and obituaries for Robert Hopper and Michael Kenny.

Other paper work includes correspondence regarding Critics Choice exhibition, article proposals and notes for a television piece on Jack Vettriano.

  • 1 Jan (Sculpture Magazine) David Mach, Millennium Dome London
  • 3 Jan (Art Monthly) David Mach, Millennium Dome London
  • 3 Jan Magritte, Dean Centre Edinburgh
  • Jan (Art Newspaper) ARTHISTORYTV.com
  • 17 Jan Turner and Sir Walter Scott, National Gallery of Scotland
  • 18 Jan (Obituary) Robert Hopper
  • 18 Jan (Obituary) Michael Kenny
  • 25 Jan Talbot Rice Travails, Edinburgh
  • 26 Jan Anna Miller, Open Eye, Edinburgh College of Art Jan Neil Macgregor, National Gallery Edinburgh
  • 4 Feb (Art Newspaper) (Book Review) Jon Schueler: The Sound of Sleet edited by Magda Salvesen, Diane C Cousineau
  • 4 Feb Seeing Salvation: The Image of Christ, Sainsbury Wing London
  • 3 Feb Susan Weber Soros and Glasgow
  • 6 Feb (Art Newspaper) Tartan Turmoil, Talbot Rice Edinburgh
  • 7 Feb John Clark, Collins Gallery Glasgow
  • 14 Feb Patricia Macdonald, Billcliffe Glasgow
  • 21 Feb Jack Cunningham, Lighthouse Glasgow
  • 21 Feb Victoria Crowe: A Shepherd’s Life, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
  • 26 Feb The Draftsman’s Art, Scottish National Gallery, The Frick New York
  • 3 Mar (Connoisseur’s World) Reni Magritte Apr (Art Forum) Paul Moorhouse, Tate Modern London
  • 15 May Richard Long, New York
  • 7 Jun Red Grooms, Ground Sculpture Hamilton New York
  • Jul (Art Newspaper) Peter Chang, American Craft Museum
  • Jul (Interiors) Christine McArthur
  • 12 Jul (Art Newspaper) Andy Goldsworthy, Storm King
  • 12 Jul (Art Newspaper) Broadway Lights Up: Anne Militello and the New 42nd Street Studio Light Installation New York
  • Jul (Art Newspaper) The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration, San Jose Museum of Art California
  • 17 Jul (Scotsman) Andy Goldsworthy in America
  • 1 Jul (Sculpture Magazine) Andy Goldsworthy
  • ep (Sculpture Magazine) American Contemporary Sculpture, Festival International de Sculpture de Monte Carlo Monaco
  • 30 Sep James Turrell, Pont du Gard France
  • 10 Oct (The Scotsman) Peter Chang, Edinburgh Scottish Gallery
  • 10 Oct (The Scotsman) The Wilson Twins, New York
  • 12 Oct (The Scotsman) (Obituary) Donal Dewar
  • 25 Oct (The Scotsman) Tom Eccles, New York Public Art Fund
  • 26 Oct (Craft Council) Steuben Glass: Twenty Seven Contemporary Artists 1940
  • 28 Nov (The Scotsman) R.B Kitaj, How to Reach 67 in Jewish Art: 100 Pictures, New York Marlborough
  • Nov (Craft Council) Corning Gallery, New York
  • 14 Nov Alan Davie at 80, National Gallery of Scotland Edinburgh
  • 5 Dec (Craft Council) School of London in New York

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 32 articles of 500-2000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2003. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with many of the articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for The Scotsman. Other paperwork includes handwritten notes.

  • 14 Feb (Financial Times) Leonardo de Vinci, The Met, New York
  • 3 Feb (Financial Times) Andy Goldsworthy, Neuberger Museum, Lelong Galerie, New York
  • 7 Mar (Financial Times) Thomas Struth, The Met, New York
  • 8 Mar (Scotsman) Scots in New York, Callum Innes, Douglas Gordon, Andy Goldsworthy, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
  • 1 Apr (Financial Times) Christian Schad, Neue Galerie, New York
  • 19 Apr (Financial Times) Elie Nadelman, The Whitney Museum, New York
  • 1 May (Financial Times) Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan, Japan Society, New York
  • 5 May Guggenheim, Rio de Janeiro
  • 7 May (Financial Times) George Segal, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
  • 11 Jun (Financial Times) Charles Sheeler, The Met, New York
  • 18 Jul (Financial Times) Roy Neuberger
  • 6 Aug (Financial Times) The American Effect, The Whitney Museum, New York
  • 8 Aug (Financial Times) Thomas Jeckyll, Bard Graduate Centre, New York
  • 18 Aug (Financial Times) Fritz Vogt, American Folk Art Museum, New York
  • 28 Aug (Financial Times) The Perfect Game, American Folk Art Museum, New York
  • 5 Sep (Financial Times) Robert Wilson, MASS at MoCA, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 10 Sep (Financial Times) French Artists in Rome, The Dahesh Museum, New York
  • 12 Sep (Financial Times) Ellsworth Kelly, The Whitney, New York Sep (Financial Times) Top Shows Autumn, James Rosenquist, El Greco, Lucas Samaras, Mona Hatoum, Francois Boucher, Philip Guston
  • 17 Sep (Financial Times) Takashi Murakami, Rockefeller Plaza
  • 22 Sep (Financial Times) Isamu Noguchi, PaceWildenstein, New York
  • 3 Oct (Financial Times) Frederic Brenner, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York
  • 8 Oct (Financial Times) Chakaia Booker, Marlborough Chelsea, New York
  • 17 Oct (Financial Times) Cai Guo-Qiang, Asia Society, New York
  • 24 Oct (Financial Times) El Greco, The Met, New York
  • 12 Nov (Financial Times) Francois Boucher, Frick Collection, New York
  • 15 Nov (Financial Times) James Rosenquist, Guggenheim, New York
  • 19 Nov (Financial Times) Benchmarks Central Park, Christies, New York
  • 26 Nov (Financial Times) Pablo Picasso, Fernande Olivier, National Gallery, Washington
  • 2 Dec (Financial Times) Philip Guston, The Met, New York
  • 17 Dec (Financial Times) Whistler, Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, The Burrell Collection Glasgow
  • 30 Dec (Financial Times) Agnes Gund, Cleveland Museum of Art

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 6 Apr Christopher Dresser, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum
  • 30 Apr Jenny Saville, Gagosian, New York
  • 6 Jun Mariko Mori, 590 Madison Ave IBM atrium, New York
  • 11 Jun Charles Sheeler, The Met, New York
  • 26 Jun Jane Street Gallery, Tibor de Nagy
  • 9 Jul Hendrick Goltzius, The Met, New York
  • 23 Jul Red White & Blue Icons of a new culture, Shelburne Museum, Vermont
  • 27 Aug William van Tetrode, Frick Collection, New York
  • 24 Sep Frederic Brenner Diaspora[/i]

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 35 articles of 800-4000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2004. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with many of the articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for The Scotsman and exhibition catalogues. Other paperwork includes handwritten notes.

  • 2 Jan Lucas Samaras, The Whitney Museum, New York
  • 7 Jan (Financial Times) Only Skin Deep, International Centre of Photography, New York
  • 21 Jan (Financial Times) Chuck Close, The Met, New York
  • 23 Jan (Financial Times) Schoenberg, Kandinsky and the Blue Rider, Jewish Museum, New York
  • 9 Feb (Financial Times) Coming of Age in Ancient Greece, Onassis Cultural Centre, New York
  • 11 Feb (Financial Times) Parmigianino, National Gallery of Canada, Frick Collection, New York
  • 12 Feb (Financial Times) Mark Rothko, Jacques Lipchitz, PaceWildenstein, Marlborough Gallery, New York
  • 20 Feb (The Scotsman) Gary Bukovnik
  • 2 Mar (Financial Times) Boccioni, Guggenheim, New York
  • 3 Mar (Financial Times) Sol LeWitt, Jacques Lipchitz, PaceWildenstein, Marlborough Gallery, New York
  • 19 Mar (Financial Times) Latin American and Caribbean Art from the Collection of MOMA, El Museo del Barrio, New York
  • 23 Mar (Financial Times) Whitney Biennial, New York
  • 6 Apr (Financial Times) Christopher Dresser, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York
  • 16 Apr (Financial Times) Jim Dine, National Gallery of Art, Washington
  • 11 May (Financial Times) Robert Indiana, Red Grooms, Paul Kasmin Gallery, Marlborough Gallery, New York
  • 8 Jun (Financial Times) Modigliani, Jewish Museum, New York
  • 15 Jun (Financial Times) Painters of Reality, Leonardo, Caravaggio, Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 22 Jun (Financial Times) Isamu Noguchi, Noguchi Museum, New York
  • 23 Jun (Financial Times) Ben Langlands, Nikki Bell, Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute Scotland
  • 8 Jul (Financial Times) Childe Hassam, The Met, New York
  • 22 Jul (Financial Times) The Big Nothing, ICA, Philadelphia
  • 27 Jul (Exhibition catalogue) Three Galloway Artists, John Halliday, Kirkudbright Scotland
  • 3 Aug (Financial Times) Ed Ruscha, The Whitney, New York
  • 10 Aug (Financial Times) Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet! The Bruyas Collection from the Musee Fabre Montpellier, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts
  • 25 Aug (Financial Times) Ann Hamilton, MASS at MoCA, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 27 Sep (Financial Times) When Gold Blossoms, Susan L Beningson Collection, Polsky Collection, Asia Society, New York
  • 1 Oct (Financial Times) Roy Lichtenstein, Mark di Suvero, Tom Otterness, City Hall, Rockefeller Centre, Madison Square Park, New York
  • 4 Oct (Financial Times) Alex Katz, PaceWildenstein, New York
  • 1 Nov (Financial Times) The Voting Booth Project, Parsons School of Design, New York
  • 10 Nov (Financial Times) Aristide Maillol, Marlborough Gallery, New York
  • 17 Nov (Financial Times) MOMA reopening, New York
  • 27 Nov (Financial Times) Comic Grotesque: Wit and Mockery in German Art, Neue Galerie, New York
  • 8 Dec (Financial Times) James Lee Byars, The Whitney, New York
  • 15 Dec (Financial Times) Christo and Jeanne-Claude, The Wurth Collection, National Academy, New York
  • 21 Dec (Financial Times) 2005 Visual Arts Highlights, New York

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 26 May Andy Goldsworthy, The Met, New York[/i]

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 26 articles of 800-4000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2005. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with many of the articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for The Scotsman and exhibition catalogues. Other paperwork includes handwritten notes and email correspondence.

  • 7 Jan (Financial Times) John Singer Sargent, Kehinde Wiley, Leon and Michaela Constantiner Collection, Brooklyn Museum, New York
  • 14 Jan (Publication) Copy for book on Gary Bukovnik, Active Voice, New York
  • 19 Jan (Financial Times) Peter Paul Rubens, Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 15 Feb (Financial Times) Christo and Jean-Claude, The Gates Central Park, New York
  • 28 Feb (Financial Times) Salvador Dali, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
  • 1 Mar (Exhibition catalogue) Houban RT
  • 7 Mar (Financial Times) Tim Hawkinson, The Whitney, New York
  • 16 Mar (Financial Times) Ground Zero Memorial, St. Peter’s Church, New York
  • 23 Mar (Financial Times) UBS Art Collection, MOMA, New York
  • 8 Apr (Financial Times) Santiago Calatrava, The Met, New York
  • 2 Apr (Scotsman) Laurie Anderson, Triptych Festival, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Barbican, London
  • 7 Apr (Scotsman) Barbara Kruger, Gallery of Modern Art, Tramway, Glasgow
  • 18 Apr (Financial Times) Daniel Buren, Guggenheim, New York
  • 3 May (Financial Times) Toulouse Lautrec, National Gallery of Art, Washington Jun (Financial Times) Max Ernst, The Met, New York
  • 27 Jun (Financial Times) Paul Cezanne, Camille Pissarro, MOMA, New York
  • 16 Jul (Financial Times) The Simona and Jerome Chazen Collection, Museum of Art and Design, Wisconsin Madison
  • 20 Jul (Scotsman) Cai Guo-Qiang, New York
  • 26 Jul (Financial Times) Becoming Animal, Cai Guo-Qiang, MASS at MoCA, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
  • ep (Financial Times) Russia! Guggenheim, New York
  • Oct (Art News) The S Files, El Museo del Barrio, New York
  • Oct (Art News) Bacon-Picasso by Anne Baldassari, Editions Flammarion/Rizzoli
  • Oct (Publication) State
  • 11 Nov (Financial Times) Fra Angelico, The Met, New York
  • 18 Nov (Financial Times) Richard Tuttle, Whitney, New York
  • 29 Dec (Financial Times) Robert Rauschenberg, The Met, New York

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 28 articles of 1000-1500 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2002. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with many of the articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York. Articles also written for Gabrius Magazine and The Sunday Herald. Other paper work includes handwritten notes.

  • 9 Jan New American Folk Museum, New York
  • 29 Jan (Gabrius Magazine) Acquisition Policies at New York’s MOMA
  • 6 Feb (Financial Times) Irving Penn, Met and Whitney New York
  • 7 Feb (Sculpture Magazine) Ipek Duben, Loveyouforever, Stephen Gang Gallery New York
  • 27 Mar (Financial Times) Whitney Biennial, New York
  • 31 Mar (Sunday Herald) Tartan Balls, American Scottish Society, New York
  • 24 Apr (Financial Times) Oskar Kokoschka, Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin 1909-14, Neue Galerie New York
  • 8 May (Financial Times) Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and 20th Century Mexican Art, The Gelman Collection, Museo de Barrio New York
  • 29 May (Financial Times) Greuze, Frick New York
  • 5 Jun (Financial Times) Georgia O’Keeffe, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, Sante Fe
  • 8 Jun (Financial Times) Family, Louise Bougeois, Mark Wallinger, Jin-me Yoon, Nan Goldin, Barbara Pollack, Alan Berliner, Aldrich Connecticut
  • 26 Jun (Financial Times) Claes Oldenburg, Van Bruggen, The Met, Whitney Museum, New York
  • 30 Jul Ian Wardropper, The Met New York
  • 2 Aug (Financial Times) Larry Rivers, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
  • 6 Aug (Financial Times) Paul Gauguin, The Met New York
  • 10 Aug (Financial Times) Icons or Portraits; Images of Jesus and Mary, Gallery of the American Bible Society, New York
  • 24 Aug (Financial Times) Joan Mitchell, Michal Rovner, Whitney Museum, New York
  • 11 Sep (Financial Times) Fritz Koenig, Downtown Art, Wall Street Rising, New York
  • 14 Sep (Financial Times) Roy Lichetenstein, Time Square Subway, New York
  • 5 Oct (Financial Times) Bill Viola, Guggenheim, New York
  • 9 Oct (Financial Times) Pierre Bonnard, Phillips Collection, Washington
  • 19 Oct (Financial Times) Joan Miro, Corcoran Gallery, Washington
  • 26 Oct (Financial Times) Liza Lau, MacCarthy Foundation Award, Deitch Projects, New York
  • 30 Oct (Financial Times) Richard Avedon, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • 6 Nov (Financial Times) Art Inside Out, William Wegman, Fred Wilson, Elizabeth Murray, Deborah Schwartz, Children’s Musuem of Manhattan, New York
  • 18 Nov (Financial Times) Dagobert Peche, Wiener Werkstatte, Neue Galerie, New York
  • 11 Dec (Financial Times) Marina Abramovic, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
  • 12 Dec (Financial Times) Anselm Kiefer, Gargosian Gallery, New York
  • 28 Dec (Financial Times) Vik Muniz, Brooklyn Academy, New York

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 4 May Paula Rego, Yale Centre for British Art[/i]

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 24 articles of 800-3000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2006. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with the majority of articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for The Scotsman and exhibition catalogues. Other paperwork includes handwritten notes and email correspondence.

  • 7 Feb (Financial Times) David Smith, Guggenheim, New York
  • 27 Feb (Financial Times) Francisco Goya, Frick Collection, New York
  • 6 Mar (Financial Times) The Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  • Mar (Exhibition catalogue) Julie Spediel, New York
  • 21 Mar (Financial Times) The Rockefeller Family, Asia Society, New York
  • 3 Apr (Financial Times) Paul Klee, Neue Galerie, New York
  • 17 Apr (Financial Times) Pierre-Auguste Renoir, The Phillips Collection, Washington
  • May (State UK, Art Line) British Dealers in New York
  • 15 Jun (Financial Times) Douglas Gordon, Jackson Pollock, Jean-Etienne Liotard, Nancy Rubin, MoMA, Guggenheim, The Frick Collection, Lincoln Centre, National Portrait Gallery, New York, Washington
  • 17 Jun (Financial Times Weekend) Douglas Gordon, MoMA, New York
  • 17 Jun (Scotsman magazine) Douglas Gordon, MoMA, New York
  • 3 Jul (Financial Times) Raphael, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 17 Jul (Financial Times) Jean-Etienne Liotard, The Frick Collection
  • 31 Jul (Financial Times) The Fields, Omi International Art Centre, New York
  • Aug (Exhibition catalogue) Annette Edgar, Broughton Gallery, Scotland
  • 18 Sep (Financial Times) Ambroise Vollard, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 2 Oct (Financial Times) Pablo Picasso, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  • 10 Nov (Financial Times) American in Paris, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 25 Nov (Financial Times) Brice Marden, MoMA, New York
  • 29 Nov (Financial Times) Domenico Tiepolo, The Frick Collection, New York
  • 8 Dec (Financial Times) Spanish Painting, El Greco to Picasso, Guggenheim, New York
  • 22 Dec (Financial Times) Saul Steinberg, The Morgan, New York
  • 28 Dec (Financial Times) Preview of 2007, Jasper Johns, Jeff Wall, Richard Serra, John Latham, Frank Stella, Paul Poiret, National Gallery, Guggenheim, MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum, New York

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 25 Jan William Packer, Royal Academy, London, Alastair Macaulay
  • 14 Mar (Scotsman) Victoria Crowe, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh[/i]

Henry, Clare

Articles, reviews and features

Typed draft copies and email correspondence of around 7 articles of 800-2000 word length, by Clare Henry for The Financial Times, January-December 2007. During this period Henry worked between the UK and the USA with the majority of articles featuring exhibitions and events in New York and the USA. Articles also written for exhibition catalogues. Other paperwork includes handwritten notes and email correspondence.

  • 2 Mar (Financial Times) Jeff Wall, MoMA, New York
  • 13 Mar (Financial Times) Barcelona and Modernism, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 20 Apr (Financial Times) New Greek and Roman Galleries, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 9 May (Financial Times) Paul Mellon, Yale Centre of British Art, Royal Academy of Art, London
  • 15 May (Financial Times) Claude Monet, Wildenstein & Co, New York
  • Jun (State UK, Art Line) American Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, Washington
  • Jul (Exhibition Catalogue) Polly Hope, Wonder World of Exotic Animals, London

[i]Articles written in this year which are not present in the archive

  • 6 Jan Glitter and Gloom, The Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • 19 Jan Doug Aitken, MoMA, New York, Bill Packer, Allen Jones, Royal Academy[/i]

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