Some exhibitions can, because of the location, the layout or mysterious spatial relations, reactivate the way you see a work that you know quite well. That is exactly what is happening at present in Gabriele Basilico’s Beirut at the Logis Abbatial in the Abbaye de Jumièges in Normandy.
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