Hilma Af Klint at the Serpentine Galleries

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Hilma Af Klint at the Serpentine Galleries

The barely-know Swedish artist Hilma Af Klint has been made the focus of The Serpentine Galleries' Spring Exhibition.

The painter, who died over 70 years ago, kept most of her work a secret, and even in death she made sure it wasn't seen for years.

Now, the biggest collection of Klint's work is going on display for the first time in London.

The Co-curator Emma Enderby talks on this unusal work.

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