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The Wall, South Kensington

Contributed by Shiva Nallaperumal on Jul 29th, 2014. Artwork published in .
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    Atelier Dyakova:

    The Wall is a project that makes use of a large, open-air hoarding in Central London located on the corner of Queen’s Gate and Harrington Road and comprising a space of approximately 100 metres in length. It hosts specifically commissioned artworks by some of the most relevant artists of the current artistic context. Each commission will be exhibited for about six months, allowing visitors to enjoy it during an extended period of time. Located in South Kensington, a historical neighbourhood that is inhabited and visited by a local audience and an international crowd, the Wall is an initiative that establishes a deep engagement with contemporary art in a public venue.

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    1 Comment on “The Wall, South Kensington”

    1. Evan says:
      Aug 9th, 2016  6:51 pm

      I’ve been looking for this font for weeks after it caught my eye at LACMA’s Guillermo Del Toro exhibition. What a beautiful, beautiful child.

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