Serpentine Gallery: working at home

The last three

editorials have dealt with a charity called the Serpentine Gallery. We’ve observed limousines lined up outside signifying whose interests the google_ad_slot = "8637400688"; gallery really serves. We have identified overmanning and fat cat pay increases for two directors.
And, last time, we highlighted google_ad_slot = "7160667483"; an outside PR agency
working between
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press and gallery in

order to disarm justified criticism.

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copy" src="" alt="" width="3317" height="1932" srcset=" 3317w, 300w, 1024w, 94w" sizes="(max-width: 3317px) 100vw, 3317px" />Apologies for boring you further, but there’s more. I’m not satisfied we’ve got to the bottom of Hans Ulrich Obrist’s presence at the Serpentine. He is, after all,

second highly overpaid
director in a publicly funded gallery whose peer organisations employ only one director


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the cost of Obrist and