Homes, A.M.
April 2000
Vanity Fair;Apr2000, Issue 476, p462
Announces British art agent Jay Jopling's opening of the White Cube2 gallery in London, England in April 2000. Collaboration with various artists; Role in the success of young British artists; Political background; Success of the exhibition `Sensation.'


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