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October 09, 2007
A man poses for the camera as he walks over Doris Salcedo's work, Shibboleth - a giant crack in the floor...
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A man poses for the camera as he walks over Doris Salcedo's work, 'Shibboleth' - a giant crack in the...
A man poses for the camera as he walks over Doris Salcedo's work, Shibboleth - a giant crack in the floor of the Tate Modern in London October 8, 2007. Colombian artist Doris Salcedo has filled Tate Modern's cavernous Turbine Hall with a hole as the latest work in the art gallery's annual installation series. Dubbed Shibboleth after the biblical massacre of the same name, the work is a trench dug into the concrete floor of the former power station and running its entire 167 metres length starting as a crack and ending as a chasm. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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