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Avoiding the cliché of combining old and new | The Art Newspaper

“It has been very interesting to work with Caruso St John, the
architects. They have been thinking about the building as a historic
entity which is being modernised, so they are sifting the good from the
bad. This corresponds with what I am doing with the collection, which is
to investigate it again, and highlight parts that have been overlooked” – Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain

Avoiding the cliché of combining old and new | The Art Newspaper.

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