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10th Feb 2013 10:56am | By Editor
The human body and mind, the link between the two, and our base instincts formed the cornerstone of Nauman’s Seventies and Eighties work.
This collection of neon designs and installations shows his psychoanalytical investigations into mankind’s subconscious, and four upside down men sucking each other off. Yup.
Until Mar 9, Tue-Sat, free
10am-6pm W1S 2ET
Tube | Oxford Circus
Photo: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images