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Posted by  Richard Haut on November 06, 2002 at 08:37:56:

In Reply to:  London's National Gallery comes to life posted by Sara on November 06, 2002 at 05:31:17:


Sara - are you Hugh Pearman ?

you never put his work in quotes, and always are quoting him. Not a problem - just a matter of mild interest.

fascinating to read the article, but ........... the project ? would people rush to London to see it, like the Tate Modern ? No, I don't think so. The ability of Dixon Jones is beyond question, and yet I cannot help feeling that when this project is eventually completed if someone is asked if they have seen it, they may reply "I think so - probably".

more directly of concern are the "pop-up" urinals being planned in the street outside to stop the erosion of the face of the much-loved friend by uric acid.

 
 
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