Orozco brings his unique perspective to Tate Modern

Tuesday 18 January 2011 01:00

A major retrospective of the work of the Mexican artist, Gabriel Orozco, opens at the Tate Modern in London this week.

The sculptor is known for playfully altering found objects: in La DS, pictured, a Citroë* DS was sliced into thirds. The exhibition continues until the end of April.

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