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No dead end art for graveyard Sydney Biennale

Thursday, April 14, 2016 - 05:50

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Larsson (above) walking through Camperdown Cemetery while an art student covers a gravestone with a custom-made white cloth. His installation is titled "Fade Away, Fade Away, Fade Away".

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Larsson walking through Camperdown Cemetery while an art student (above) covers a gravestone with a custom-made white cloth. His installation is titled "Fade Away, Fade Away, Fade Away".

Sydney

A HISTORIC Australian graveyard which includes the final resting place of a one-time harpist to Napoleon and prominent figures from the nation's colonial era has become the site of an art installation with an enduring message.

Swedish artist Bo Christian Larsson had never

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