Sunday Brunch: Sculpture in the City
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24 June 2018
Via London’s annual public-art programme, we look at how art affects your mental health. Plus: Hector Macdonald on truth, an exhibition on teeth and Michael Carr on Restaurant 92.
24 June 2018
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