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On display

The sculpture “Ghost” by Guyanese-British artist Hew Locke is currently on display at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk. It is a miniaturized version of the King George V class World War II British battleships, said a description on the museum website. The ships acted as envoys for other naval vessels in the northern Atlantic Ocean. Enhancing the sculpture is a film, “The Tourists,” which Locke created to provide a tour of the HMS Belfast, moored in London’s Thames River and used as a museum.

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