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White Cube Hoxton Square was at the beating heart of the YBA-movement in the late-90s and early noughties and has produced shows by some of the most infamous British artists of our era. This month, it finally closes its doors and shifts attention to its still relatively new premises on south London’s Bermondsey Street. It’s fitting then that its final show should be The Next Life’s On Me by the celebrated Yorshire-born artist Harland Miller, a central member of said movement famed for bringing a series of large-scale canvasses to the world based on Penguin first-editions, in which he raised countless wry smiles with astutely witty works

White Cube Hoxton Square was at the beating heart of the YBA-movement in the late-90s and early noughties and has produced shows by some of the most infamous British artists of our era. This month, it finally closes its doors and shifts attention to its still relatively new premises on south London’s Bermondsey Street. It’s fitting then that its final show should be The Next Life’s On Me by the celebrated Yorshire-born artist Harland Miller, a central member of said movement famed for bringing a series of large-scale canvasses to the world based on Penguin first-editions, in which he raised countless wry smiles with astutely witty works

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