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On the occasion of the Kim Lim's spotlight at Tate Britain, Bianca Chu traces the artist's practice and the mark it left on the British art scene.
The artist's latest series focuses on a dilapidated hotel situated on a Jamaican beach.
Mark Rothko's hallowed and transcendental paintings inaugurate Pace Gallery's new London space.
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