A 31m-high, 106m-long panoramic painting of Rome in AD312? The world’s first reconstruction of a legendary 15m-high statue of Emperor Constantine? Having had the benefit of a Classical education, Astragal became alarmingly excited when a press release alerted him to these tempting titbits. But where should he head to sample these imperial delights? The Pantheon in Rome? The Baths of Caracalla? Erm no. A converted gas tank in Leipzig actually. Artist Yadegar Asisi, who ...
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