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The third Stuckist show, "The Resignation of Sir Nicholas Serota", 3 March 2000, at Gallery 108, Leonard Street, Shoreditch London. The show toured to other venues for 3 months. Back wall and side wall semi-nude paintings by Joe Machine. Work on the side wall address Nicholas Serota and the Tate gallery. Paintings, left to right, top row: Susan Finlay, Katherine Gardener, Daniel Pasteiner. Middle row: Rachel Jordan, Wolf Howard, Charles Thomson (large painting). Bottom row: Jane Kelly, Ella Guru, Philip Absolon, Steve Coots.
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