Emma Gray

Artist and art critic

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Artist and art critic for artnet, among other publications

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BCAM east façade, Installation of Urban Light Chris Burden, December, 2007   
   BCAM detail of glass core, north façade January, 2008, © Weldon Brewster 
   
   BCAM southeast…

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BCAM east façade, Installation of Urban Light Chris Burden, December, 2007   BCAM detail of glass core, north façade January, 2008, © Weldon Brewster   BCAM southeast…

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