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  • v. To hang again.


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  • He called the rehang a "perpetual revolution … a new beginning, not about throwing out old art but new ways of experiencing it".


  • The Turner Prize winner, Martin Creed, and other leading Scottish artists converged on Edinburgh last night for the unveiling of the sweeping "rehang" of the SNGMA, its first for 25 years.


  • The dome drenches the space in sunlight and imbues the work (which otherwise might feel like a rehang of the "usual suspects") with a freshness.

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  • Within days, officials declared the portraits acceptable for public display and invited Wiltbank to rehang them.

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  • I eat a few every year and just rehang the ones that didn't get eaten or given away each year.

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  • In May, the Singers moved five pieces, including a work by Banks Violette, into their East Hampton residence, where they rehang work about once a year.

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  • Harris said workers would tear down ventilation curtains and rehang them only when inspectors came.

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  • One of the first thing he did was to take the horseshoe down and rehang it so that it was upright, in the shape of a "U" it had been hanging in an upside-down U shape.

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  • Sneaking into the break room after hours to rehang all of the photos of the company picnic slightly askew.

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  • Really complicated pieces going up this week and the artist keeps coming in and telling us to rehang it, rearrange it, and then the curator comes in and tells us to put it back.

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