The Chapman Brothers touch down in America
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7 April 2014
Sophie Richard talks about her art-lovers guide to Japanese museums and we take a trip to Montréal to get shocked and awed by the Chapman Brothers’ first show on North American soil. We also explore another side of Moomin creator Tove Jansson, hear a session from Los Desterrados and get a lesson in Neopolitan music.
7 April 2014
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