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Kate Sutton at Manifesta in St. Petersburg, where the show’s director, Kasper König, compared the Russian collective Chto Delat?’s “understanding

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Kate Sutton at Manifesta in St. Petersburg, where the show’s director, Kasper König, compared the Russian collective Chto Delat?’s “understanding of politics” to “American television series Desperate Housewives.” [Artforum]

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