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November 2012

Exhibition note

by Christie Davies

On "Art of Change: New Directions from China," which opened at the Hayward Gallery, London on September 7 and remains on view until December 8, 2012, and "Everything Was Moving: Photography from the '60s and '70s," which opened at the Barbican Art Gallery, London September 13, 2012 and remains on view until January 13, 2013.

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Christie Davies's most recent book is Jokes and Targets (Indiana).


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This article originally appeared in The New Criterion, Volume 31 November 2012, on page 48

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