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Sunday, April 13, 2008

COOLHUNTING PRESENTS:
The Lever House Art Collection

For nearly a decade the Lever House in New York City has been home to some of the most daring public exhibits of contemporary art. Curator Richard Marshall gives some background on the architectural landmark and explains the ins-and-outs of putting together the biannual commissions that have included the likes of Barnaby Furnace, Sarah Morris and Damien Hirst. We also get a close look at Richard Dupont's installation of larger-than-life distorted figures.

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