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Five Art Fair Clichés That Need To Die

“A dietary staple of an exhausted creative vocabulary, artistic gimmicks continue to be regurgitated at art fairs around the globe. These well-worn ideas have appropriately been parodied on Tumblr pages like ‘Who Wore It Better’ and on Instagram via the anonymous profile @whos__who. Despite some variation in scale, material, or display, these tried-and-tested clichés now […]
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