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Geoffrey Clarke’s God as the Centre of Nature, c.1952 (right), a wrought-iron sculpture, is among many works from Pallant House Gallery on show in Chichester Cathedral until early December, while the gallery is closed for building work. The exhibition, “Modern Spirit”, reunites both versions of Graham Sutherland’s Christ Appearing to Mary, and includes items by Hans Feibusch, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, and Craigie Aitchison

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The message is ‘Less is more,’ more or less

The message is ‘Less is more,’ more or less

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