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Tate stages retrospective of South Korean video artist Nam June Paik

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Tate stages retrospective of South Korean video artist Nam June Paik

Tate stages retrospective of South Korean video artist Nam June Paik

London's Tate Modern is staging what's thought to be the first retrospective on South Korean-born artist Nam June Paik.

Paik - who died in 2006 - is credited with inventing video art, collaborated with pop culture icons including David Bowie, and even coined the phrase "electronic superhighway".


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