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Learning from Yarmouth

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We've had dockside warehouses (the Tate of the North) and abandoned power stations (the Tate at Bankside), not to mention old fire stations, pubs and all manner of other venues. Now Great Yarmouth is touting its public lavatories as art galleries. Not everyone is keen on the idea: 'I suppose it would depend on the lighting and security,' says Margaret Carver, chair of the Yarmouth Society of Artists. 'I don't think there will be many wanting to hang their artwork there.' If theydo, perhaps George Michael could perform the opening ceremony.

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