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New Carnegie portrait unveiled

alum Colvin, Professor of Fine Art Photography at the University of Dundee, has followed in the footsteps of pop art, in which he pledged to give away his fortune, and a controversial telegram about the Homestead strike in his steel works, are embedded in the portrait to ‘invite debate around Carnegie and his legacy’.

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