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Whitechapel Art Gallery (2001)

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Like Gary Hume before him, Mark Wallinger follows up his appearance at the British pavilion with a much expanded exhibition back home at Whitechapel. Two public projects have recently made headlines: Ecco Homo, a thorn-crowned Jesus whose life-size scale refused to be dwarfed by its Trafalgar Square surroundings; and, at Oxford's Museum of Natural History, two full-scale models of the Tardis, the time-traveling spaceship used by Dr. Who, erstwhile sci-fi hero of children's TV in the UK. Work connected to both projects will be on view at Whitechapel, along with pieces from Venice and others made especially for this show. Nov. 16-Jan. 13.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Archer, Michael (Sept. 2001). Whitechapel Art Gallery. Artforum International p. 80.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Archer, Michael. "Whitechapel Art Gallery." Artforum International [add city] Sept. 2001, 80. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Archer, Michael. "Whitechapel Art Gallery." Artforum International, edition, sec., Sept. 2001
  • Turabian: Archer, Michael. "Whitechapel Art Gallery." Artforum International, Sept. 2001, section, 80 edition.
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