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  • "Superabundant" and its kin are typically trotted out just before asking (insisting?) that the Getty fork over the cash, while others sit on their hands.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • KENT, UK - "Superabundant" is an exhibition that creates a sense of celebration, of joy and delight through the power of pattern.

    Art Knowledge News

  • Superabundant provision is made for the wants of the stomachs of these guests, but none at all for the more important organ -- the lungs.

    Papers on Health

  • Superabundant moisture at every period should have channels of immediate escape, for moisture in excess is an injury to plant as well as to family life; while thoroughly and quickly drained land endures drought far better than that which is rendered heavy and sour by water stagnating beneath the surface.

    The Home Acre

  • Pattern can dominate our reading of work but all of the works in Superabundant, whilst relying on pattern for their visual impact, have other perhaps more subtle meanings contained within them.

    Art Knowledge News

  • "Superabundant ~ A Celebration of Pattern" to open at Turner Contemporary

    Art Knowledge News

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