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Down and out in the North

Office for Subversive Architecture (OSA) are a whacky bunch. ‘Subversive’ one could say. But there’s being subversive and there’s just plain silly. For Astragal – being the culture vulture that he is – entered nose-bleed territory, and travelled north to Liverpool. Home of The Beatles and…errrm, well, that’s about it. The purpose of the visit was to see OSA’s ‘Serpentine of the North’ atop the new Greenland Street Gallery. But the German crew turned ...

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