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  • Alex Hunt MW
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  • Alex Hunt MW
4 Jun 2014

Q: When is a triangle not a triangle?

A: When it's a woman's thigh.

The basis for this riddle comes towards the end of Tate Modern's current headline show in London, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, and it got me thinking. Here's the background: aged 71, Matisse became confined to a wheelchair following surgery, and could no longer…