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Must-see Paris exhibitions 2024: Abstract artist Fiona Rae’s messages

By France24
24 January 2024   |   4:08 pm
Eve Jackson is joined by one of the most important abstract painters of her generation. Born in Hong Kong, Fiona Rae grew up in Indonesia, then London, where she trained as an artist in the 1980s.

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