Panelests at the Art of Imagination talk about ‘unknown worlds’ discovered by art

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Vicente Todolí, director of Tate Modern (left), and Hugh Hudson, renown British form director (right), shared their stories on how art can be used (and abused) by business. Hudson later showed the ‘before and after’ clips from his earlier film Revolution, with young Al Pacino. As it turned out, the version that was initially released in 1985 was modified (‘beautified’) under the studio pressure. This year they release an original, ‘as is’, version of the movie.

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