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Old 08-25-2017, 11:35 AM
CoyoteMike CoyoteMike is offline
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Shock of the New TV series, War Memorial

15 years ago, I watched the videos of Shock of the New while I was an art student. If I recall correctly, in one episode Robert Hughes stands beside a British war memorial and wonders aloud where the finest English artists are. Then he points to the memorial, engraved with hundreds of names of dead soldiers and says "he's probably here".

Can anyone else remember this? Have any idea which episode it is in? If all else fails, I will re-watch the whole series. I would prefer not to -- it would take more time than I would like to give.
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