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The Return House of the Nobleman Extended

‘Following on from the success of last year’s ‘The House of the Nobleman’ art exhibition, curator Victoria Golembiovskaya presents ‘The Return’ viewing at Boswall House.

Jia Aili, Iain Andrews, Richard Artschwager, Pyotr Belenok, Laurent Bolognini, Christian Boltanski, Cecily Brown, Alexander Calder, Helen Chadwick, Zeng Chuanxing, Kwang-Young Chun, Oliver Clegg, Francesco Clemente, George Condo, Stefano Curto, Salvador Dali, Shezad Dawood, Edgar Degas, Bouke de Vries, Atul Dodiya, Peter Doig, Carlo Dolci, Marlene Dumas, Olafur Eliasson, Eugenia Emets and Mohammad Taha, Max Ernst, Factory Fifteen, Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Lucio Fontana, Nancy Fouts, Lucian Freud, Adam Fuss, Tom Gallant, Giovanni Gardini, Zaha Hadid, Damien Hirst, Nick Hornby, Pascal Haudressy, Ji Yong Ho, Yujin Huh, G.R. Iranna, Matthew Day Jackson, Ling Jian, Ma Jun, Anish Kapoor, Sam Keil, Minjung Kim, Yves Klein, Olrik Kohlhoff, Vivienne Koorland, Henry Krokatsis, Oleg Kulik, Yayoi Kusama, David LaChapelle, Sea Hyun Lee, Lihong Li, Zhang Lin Hai, Robert Longo, Kelly McCallum, Robert McNally, Whitney McVeigh, Claude Monet, Takashi Murakami, Zak Ove, Dave Pearson, Maria Pergay, Sigmar Polke, Jesper Rasmussen, Gerhard Richter, Auguste Rodin, Peter Paul Rubens, Rolf Sachs, Lee Jae Sam, Petroc Sesti, Raqib Shaw, Gunwoo Shin, Soheila Sokhanvari, Chaim Soutine, Ian Stallard and Patrik Fredrikson, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Dominico Tibaldi, Margo Trushina, Joana Vasconcelos, Joost van Bleiswijk, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Gary Webb, Richard Wilson, Miao Xiaochun, Shi Xinning, Thomas Zipp, Hermes Zygott.



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