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    Default Exhibitions, Art.

    I went to the Brion Gysin exhibition. I liked it. They have a working dream machine you can have a go on.

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    I meant to go to the Joseph Cornell but sadly it coincided with a three week bender. The Daumier the RA put on was the last thing I saw there I think and that was one of the best things I've ever seen anywhere.
    Actually I saw the kiefer but found it glib.

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    And what exhibitions have you seen lately? Would you recommend it? Anything you're looking forward to?

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    Is this an attempt to get me to rant about contemporary art again? I mean, you could havr just asked. You didn't need to start a new thread.

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    No, I know that rant, I've got it memorised. It's actually about going to exhibitions

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    I might have some new bits!

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    I doubt it. Your intellectual development stalled at the age of about 25. You haven't updated your software since. It's why you couldn't complete the Corbyn essay.

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    It's why I see Corbyn as a huge opportunity for you. I think it can give your brain a real kickstart

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    My intellectual development started at the age of 25.

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    Something has happened you didnt expect and you don't understand. That's great because your brain will have to adapt.

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    Taylor Parkes wrote a Corbyn essay for me. There was no need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Taylor Parkes wrote a Corbyn essay for me. There was no need.
    http://thequietus.com/articles/13940...-taylor-parkes ? Peter Capaldi regenerated from Malcolm Tucker into Jeremy Corbyn?

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    That detroit techno exhibition was frustrating. A chance to tell some really interesting stories but Instead they just pinned a few 12 inches to the wall and left it at that. Criminal really

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    http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/ev...-introduction/

    I'll go to this. This thread has been a terrible failure.

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    I saw the Elton John collection of Man Ray and other photography- it was good fun, but I suspect a bit more middlebrow than what you're after. I like the smaller contained collections within the extension quite a lot, though I was doing the tourist thing with my gf so didn't really get to do my own thing.

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