Franz West at the Tate Modern

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Franz West at the Tate Modern

Tate Modern's new exhibition is dedicated to the late Austrian artist Franz West.

Perhaps best known for deliberately destroying his creations if they receive too much praise, his latest career spanning showcase involves a number of papier-mache sculptures, designed to be picked up and played with. 

The exhibition is on at the Tate Modern until the 2nd of June. 


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