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Turner and Emin

Turner Contemporary (left) and Emin-decorated Droit House (right), Margate, Kent, January 2022

Below, we have Droit House the right way round and with the Emin neon lettering (I never stopped loving you) just about visible. The lettering was commissioned by the Turner Contemporary, which now stands just to the right of this old customs house.

Droit House, Margate, Kent, 2020



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 21 January 2022

Posted as part of Weekend Reflections

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