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Overkill: art rising from the dead

Things have gone rather quiet on the mortality front since queues stretched around the White Cube block

in Mason’s Yard for a sight 301 Moved Permanently of Damien Hirst’s £50m sculpture For the Love of God. In those days of skulls and diamonds, Paul Wilks wrote a letter to The Jackdaw lamenting

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the morbidity of contemporary art, wondering why two horrific world wars […]

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Evelyn Williams, and another case of the public denied

In the last issue I considered the case of a single-minded good artist,  David Mulholland from Middlesbrough, whose memory, 301 Moved Permanently in the absence of any official recognition or support, has to be kindled for posterity’s sake by friends and family.

By The Jackdaw’s usual standard of eliciting no comment whatsoever, this caused a considerable mailbag from many

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mentioning other artists who […]