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Gilbert & George: London Pictures Preview: Thursday 8 March 2012
White Cube Hoxton Square, 4-7pm
White Cube Mason’s Yard, 4-7pm
White Cube Bermondsey, 6-9pm

‘LONDON PICTURES’ will be exhibited in London as part of a global tour of the pictures. For the first time, White Cube will utilise all three London galleries for a single presentation by an artist. Michael Bracewell describes the works which have been created from nearly 4000 newspaper headline posters as “Dickensian in scope and ultra-modern in sensibility“.

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