15 Oct 2014
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15 October 2014
A special edition of Midori House live from Frieze Masters in London. Robert Bound speaks to director Victoria Siddall and art writer Sarah Thornton, as well as taking a tour with James Brett from the Museum of Everything.
15 October 2014
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