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London’s St Pancras International Station boasts one of Europe’s bravest public art programmes, which sees the very best in contemporary art suspended from its enormous (243ft wide x 100ft high) Barlow shed. Now station workers and passengers have been basking underneath a bright rainbow of colour. David Batchelor’s Tetris-like creation, Chromolocomotion, is...
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