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Kehinde Wiley introduces his exhibition at the Gallery and explains why he thinks 'paintings have to punch you in the gut'.
On the occasion of his exhibition, 'The Prelude', at the National Gallery, visual artist Kehinde Wiley talks to Christine Riding, The Jacob Rothschild Head of the Curatorial Department, about how his art can be called 'a provocation' and how his works respond to the canon of paintings in the Western European tradition, as well as to the Gallery and London itself.