Glenn Brown's first major London exhibition in almost a decade

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Glenn Brown's first major London exhibition in almost a decade

He's the controversial artist known for putting a unique spin on old masters.

Glenn Brown famously merged a Rembrandt portrait and a creepy clown.

Now an exhibition is celebrating his work.

Come to Dust includes oil paintings, etchings and sculptures and is his first major showcase in London in almost a decade.

It's on at the Gagosian gallery in Mayfair until March 17.

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