Honouring the great and the good
As you would expect in the year 2000, the 'Summer Exhibition 2000' at the Royal Academy is littered with drawings and models of grand millennial projects - the Millennium Dome, the BALondon Eye, Somerset House and so on. But it is disappointing that, in what has been an exceptional year, architecture has been consigned to the rather remote Gallery X as opposed to the grand and prominent Gallery VIwhich it occupied last year. This room is small by Royal Academy standards and rather sparsely ...
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