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Film Review: ‘Exhibition’

Viv Albertine in ‘Exhibition’

Form follows function in this modernist house on a quiet street in London. Stacked in clean, streamlined boxes, its floors are wrapped in glass. It is home to two artists, who work in different sections of the house and communicate through an intercom. We don’t have to watch long to intuit that the house is like their marriage: compartmentalized but comfortable, hiding its share of secrets despite the great views in every direction.

The home, a real place designed by architect James Melvin, is the primary location for this new film by British director Joanna Hogg.

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