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Danh Vo: 'Traces of History and The End of Empire' | White Cube

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11.07.2020



Design Museum director Tim Marlow, South London Gallery director Margot Heller, academic and critic Shahidha Bari and botanist Roy Vickery discuss the White Cube Bermondsey exhibition ‘Danh Vo: ‘Chicxulub’.

In this event, produced in collaboration with Intelligence Squared, our panellists engage in a wide-ranging discussion about Vo’s complex, highly referential work.

Find out more about Danh Vo:
https://whitecube.com/artists/artist/Danh_Vo

Read about the exhibition ‘Danh Vo: ‘Chicxulub’:
https://www.whitecube.com/exhibitions/exhibition/danh_vo_bermondsey_2020

Explore ‘Danh Vo: ‘Chicxulub’ on our online walkthrough:
https://www.whitecube.com/channel/channel/danh_vo_bermondsey_2020

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