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Martin Creed. What's the point of it? Hardcover – 29 Jan 2014


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HASH(0x9e5b4b70) out of 5 stars Familiar with Creed's art? Then you've read it already 25 May 2014
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This is the catalog for the South Bank Centre exhibition of 2014. I didn't expect the essays to take me less than an hour to read, and that's a sign of how shallow they are. The images are good, but this seems more like a touristy trinket than a serious scholarly effort. Yeah, as much as I actually love Creed's art (and I do, it's brilliant) I'm going to hit the obvious rhetorical device: what's the point of it, this catalog? There doesn't seem like much of one.
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