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Dante’s inferno alights in Waterloo

The Lazarides Gallery presents Hell’s Half Acre

London’s Old Vic Tunnels were colonised by Hell’s Half Acre, a representation of the nine circles of hell from Dante’s Inferno. The Divine Comedy still exerts a morbid grip on the imagination, and the Lazarides Gallery co-opted 16 artists to produce suitably sense-assaulting meditations on evil. Here is The Heretic’s Gate, a video installation by Doug Foster, featuring a raging inferno reflected in oil

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