The 17th century meets the 21st at the Dulwich Picture Gallery's new exhibition I Am Van Dyck

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The 17th century meets the 21st at the Dulwich Picture Gallery's new exhibition I Am Van Dyck

I am Van Dyck sees the work of hugely influential Baroque artist Anthony van Dyck next to that of contemporary British artist Mark Wallinger.

It's a striking and unusual combination, which has met with praise from the critics.

On London Go, Dr Xavier Bray, the exhibition's curator, spoke to Luke Blackall about the thinking behind the project.

You can see the works at the Dulwich Picture Gallery until April 26.

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