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Jonathan Monk: Not Me, Me
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Jonathan Monk Not Me, Me

Watch Jonathan Monk discuss his new exhibition, Not Me, Me, which recently went on view at Lisson Gallery’s new Cork Street venue: "I think it's always interesting for me to use this material that I've amassed over the last 15 years – things that have probably shaped me as an artist. That's really the idea."

The exhibition is currently only viewable from the street or online, until government guidelines allowing gallery visits are revisited. This walkthrough gives a chance to experience new object collages by Monk, collectively titled Exhibit Model Detail with Additional Information, alongside a series of sculptural busts, Senza Titolo, made in collaboration with Italian artists such as Maurizio Cattelan and Emilio Prini. 

Click through to watch in full with Monk's voiceover.

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