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GORDON CHEUNG: THE LIGHT THAT BURNS TWICE AS BRIGHT
Exhibition of new works influenced by Wikileaks’ ‘trophy’ photos of torture, and the film Blade Runner, examine themes of war and conquest.
The Alan Cristea Gallery , 31 and 34 Cork Street London W1S 3NU – will stage an exhibition of new works, Gordon Cheung: The Light that Burns Twice as Bright, from 14 September to 5 October 2011
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