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Daniel Arsham: blurring lines between art and architecture

In today’s show we’re delving into the world of American contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, where nothing is quite what it seems. He talks to Jade Barker about blurring the lines between art and architecture, why his friend Pharrell Williams is not a real curator and his own penchant for mixing mediums.

Also on the show we check out the ambitious project mixing art and action. French artist JR is getting the common people into the hallowed halls of the Pantheon in Paris in his latest installation.
Plus we check out the exhibition taking anti-establishment street artist Banksy’s work and putting them in a gallery.

 

By Jade BARKER

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