Art takes no prisoners

By Helen Gavaghan, 21st August, 2016



Exhibition: "The Body Extended: Sculpture and Prosthetics"
21st July - 23rd October, 2016, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.

Medicine may have to be circumspect, coy even: art does not.

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