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The BMA has a new YouTube page, launched in honor of the Franz West Show. Check out the installation video of “The Ego and The Id.” For those who loved the McDonaldland Play Place as a kid, this piece has that thing you loved about it, times, like, infinity. Without the calories.

Everyone needs to go RIGHT NOW and see this show! It made my toes curl. Review and pics from the opening will follow.

Please go to Ten Tigers to see more pics.

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