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A visitor stands next to "Habiter la viande (porcelet), 1965" by artist Gilles Barbier displayed during the FIAC, International Contemporary Art Fair at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.

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A man stands between "Om el Saad" (The Salve Market) 2019 by Egyptian artist Moataz Nasr, left, and "Wolf and Birds IV", 2010 by German artist Kiki Smith, at right, displayed during the FIAC, International Contemporary Art Fair at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.

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Visitors look on "the Blanks and the over-paintings, 1980" by artist Mimmo Rotella displayed during the FIAC, International Contemporary Art Fair at the Grand Palais in Paris, France.

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A man walks by a sculpture of a jumping pig, by Dutch artist Jantien Mook, outside the EU headquarters in Brussels.

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Waste materials like jerycan are being used to make a decorated pot

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Waste materials are being used to make a decorated pot

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A structure of goddess Durga made by plastic bottles in the roadside

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Waste materials like jerycan are being used to make a decorated mask

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Old gramophone records and plastic jerycan are being used for making structures of elephant's face

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Waste materials like jerycan are being used to make a decorated pot

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Partha Sarathi Ganguly in his work place

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Decorated street by waste materials

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Decorated street by waste materials

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Waste materials like jerycan are being used to make a decorated pot

Photo by Sandipan Chatterjee/Outlook

He painted used bulbs to make an attractive flower pot

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Union Minister of State for Steel Faggan Singh Kulaste performs the role of 'Rishi Agatsya' at a Ramleela, in New Delhi.

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Artisans paint a street approaching a "pandal," or a temporary structure set up to worship goddess Durga during the Durga Puja festival in Kolkata.

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Jogen Chowdhury at his Calcutta residence

Photograph by Sandipan Chatterjee

An artist performs fire-ball dance as Israeli tourists celebrate Rosh Hashanah 2019, the Jewish new year, in Pushkar, Rajasthan.

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Students of various educational institutions and volunteers paint a picture of Mahatma Gandhi on the walls of an airport as part of World Tourism Day organised by Chennai airport, in Chennai.

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Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in southern India create a sand mandala in the atrium of the Colket Center at Roanoke College in Salem. The monks are on campus as part of their Mystical Arts of Tibet tour and have been hosted for a weeklong residency program through Roanoke College. Tenzin (from left) Geshe Jampa, and Thupstan, use cone-shaped tools called chak-phur to pour the sand. They have spent a week making the sacred art.

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The life-size Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron is on display at the WestEnd City Center in Budapest, Hungary. The functioning and driveable Chiron was made from around one million Lego Technic pieces.

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British sculptor Antony Gormley poses among his Lost Horizon sculptures at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. The exhibition is Gormley's most significant solo show in the UK for over a decade, bringing together both existing and especially conceived new works that will take on the Royal Academy's main galleries across all 13 rooms.

AP Photo/Frank Augstein

A giant biodegradable landart painting by French-Swiss artist Saype is pictured in the "Parc des Bastions" in Geneva, Switzerland. With an overall area of 1,000 square meters, the 75 meters long and 15 meters wide painting was created using biodegradable pigments made out of charcoal, chalk, water and milk proteins. This art piece in the "Parc des Bastions" along with a second one in the "Parc de la Grange" marks the third step of the worldwide "Beyond Walls Project" aiming at creating the longest symbolic human chain around the world promoting values such as togetherness, kindness and openness to the world.

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Luis Preisser and his seven-year-old son Luca, look up at kites designed by Mexican painter and artist Francisco Toledo, at the National Museum of Popular Cultures, in Mexico City. The expressionist painter died Thursday at age 79.

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Daulat Rao

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Mahadji Scindia

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Lord Cornwallis receiving the sons of Tipu Sultan

By kind permission of the Trustees of Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata

Tipu Sultan on his elephant, detail of the Battle of Pollilur

Mary Evans/ © Otto Money (Photography by AIC Photographic Services)

Shah Alam Conveying the Gift of the Diwani to Lord Clive

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Lord Robert Clive, c. 1764 by Thomas Gainsborough

© National Army Museum, London/Bridgeman Images

Aliverdi Khan awards a turban jewel, or sarpeche, the Mughal badge of office to his nephew, while his grandson Siraj ud-Daula looks on.

© Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Aliverdi Khan goes hawking

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Fort William, Calcutta, seen from across the Hooghly in 1731

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Headquarters of the Dutch East India Company at Hughli

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An artist gives finishing touch to clay sculptures of Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose at a workshop, at Krishnanagar in Nadia district of West Bengal.

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A woman works on an eagle sculpture made of pumpkins at a farm in Mechernich, Germany.

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Visitors look at the dolls put on display, part of an attempt to create a Guinness world record by displaying more than 3000 rare handmade dolls, in Bengaluru.

Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has created a sand sculpture of former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, who passed away yesterday, at a beach in Puri.

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Visitors look at an art preview ahead of the second edition of 115 Years Charity Gala, in Taj Palace, New Delhi. The Charity gala supports the Taj Public Service Welfare Trust with a fundraising auction of 25 artworks from the DAG collection.

PTI Photo/Kamal Kishore

Kate Gonzalez, center, of Sacramento, Calif., attends day two of Lollapalooza in Grant Park in Chicago.

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The giant fresco Fluidity of Swiss street artist Antoine Guignard (lying on the ground) aka LPVDA (les pinceaux verts d'Antoine) is pictured during the AILYOS art nature festival, in Leysin, Switzerland. The 20 meters high fresco by LPVDA realized over three weeks, is solely based on a fine wood sanding technique and depicts the portrait of the 100-year-old Swiss painter Ernest Blatter who lives in the Swiss Alps resort of Leysin.

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Visitors interact with the installation 'Your uncertain shadow', as part of the exhibition Olafur Eliasson: 'In real life' at the Tate Modern Gallery in London. The Tate Modern has brought together around 40 works of Eliasson. spanning the last three decades, and are on display from July 11, 2019 until January 5, 2020.

AP Photo/Frank Augstein

Visitors stand behind the 3d printed artwork 'Morphables' by Cathryn McAnespy at an exhibition during the international fairs FabCon 3.D and Rapid.Tech at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

Visitors walk behind an anatomical 3d object of a human skull at the stand of US company Stratasys during the international fairs FabCon 3.D and Rapid.Tech at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

A man tests 3d Venetian mask at the stand of the Ruhrsource GmbH during the international fairs FabCon 3.D and Rapid.Tech at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany.

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Visitors walk behind the fully 3d-printed functional Nera E-Motorcycle by BigRep at a exhibition during the international fairs FabCon 3.D and Rapid.Tech at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany. About 200 exhibitors from 11 countries present their latest products and applications in the fields of additive manufacturing and 3D printing until June 27, 2019.

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A visitor shoots a photo of the 3d printed artwork 'WearPure' by Noumena Design Research Education SL, Spain, at an exhibition during the international fairs FabCon 3.D and Rapid.Tech at Messe Erfurt in Erfurt, Germany. WearPure is a material research project which aims to explore how create new materials that actively purify the environment around the world from CO2 emissions. About 200 exhibitors from 11 countries present their latest products and applications in the fields of additive manufacturing and 3D printing until June 27, 2019.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

Norman Cook, aka Fat Boy Slim, hangs a painting by The London Police titled Having a Ball, tribute to Harvey Ball, at the Underdogs Gallery in Lisbon. Smile High Club, an exhibition of art works that incorporate the smiley face and curated by Cook, opens at the gallery.

AP Photo/Armando Franca

A woman poses for a photograph with a projection of a flower during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia.

AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana

A visitor plays with glowing balloons during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Visitors slide down a platform with a projection of a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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A man passes a projection of a flower during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Visitors play with glowing balloons during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia. The exhibition that showcases the creation of teamLab, a Japanese digital art company, will be held from June to December 2019.

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A visitor take a photograph during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, .

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A woman poses for a photograph with a projection of a flowered elephant during a digital art exhibition titled teamLab Future Park and Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives, at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia. The exhibition that showcases the creation of teamLab, a Japanese digital art company, will be held from June to December 2019.

AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana

Visitors look at painting by Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh of the collections of Sergei Shchukin, one of the most prominent collections of European Modernist art, encompassing the most important artistic trends of the late 19th and early 20th centuries at The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, Russia. The exhibition will include masterpieces by Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gaugin, Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, and other masters.

AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko

Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creats a sand sculpture on the eve of World Ocean's Day, at a beach in Puri.

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Sculptors are working on the sculpture "Largest Sandcastle in the World" at the Sand Sculpture Festival in Binz on the island of Ruegen, Germany. The team wants to use more than 11,000 tons of pressed sand for the giant work of art with a planned height of 17.5 meters.

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People visit the artwork titled "Seven Magic Mountains," by artist Ugo Rondinone near Las Vegas. The art installation in the desert south of Las Vegas is undergoing repainting.

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Visitors pose for a photo besides a sculpture at the exhibition 'Ordinary People' (Alltagsmenschen) by Christel Lechner in the Baroque garden of the Lichtenwalde castle near Chemnitz in Lichtenwalde, Germany.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

A woman takes pictures of a sculpture group during the exhibition 'Ordinary People' (Alltagsmenschen) by Christel Lechner in the Baroque garden of the Lichtenwalde castle near Chemnitz in Lichtenwalde, Germany. Lechner's artistic idea is to create simple figures who can appear wherever you go in your everyday life. The statues have been installed as public art in real world settings at various nondescript outdoor locations. The exhibition started on March 30 and last until Nov. 3, 2019.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

Murals seen on a residential building at Dharavi in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Mitesh Bhuvad

A boy rides a bicycle past a wall mural on a residential building at Dharavi in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Mitesh Bhuvad

Murals seen on a residential building at Dharavi in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Mitesh Bhuvad

A Christies employee looks at a an art work by Bouke De Vries entitled 'Deconstructed Teapot with Butterflies' 2017, at Christie's auction house in London. The teapoat is expected to sell for some 4-6,000 pounds sterling (US$ 5,100-7,600) at auction on May 22.

AP Photo/Alastair Grant

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

Photograph by Sashi Das

The wreck of the 'Barca Nostra', the fishing boat with 700 migrants on board which sank in the Mediterranean Sea in 2015, arrives in the port of Marghera, Venice, northern Italy. The wreck will become an artistic installation within the 58th Biennale of Art, as a project of artist Christoph Büchel.

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People walk next by sand sculptures during an exhibition in a park in Minsk, Belarus. Twelve sculptures of authors from Belarus and Russia are represented at the exhibition, which runs until September. Sculptures depict characters from mythology.

AP Photo/Sergei Grits

A Palestinian young looks to a mural painted by Palestinian artist Ali Al-Jabali on the remains of a building was partially destroyed during the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas, in Gaza City.

AP Photo/Hatem Moussa

A historic Japanese Manga theatre curtain is condition checked after being hung at The British Museum in London. Due to its delicate nature, it is the last time the curtain by artist Kawanabe Kyosai which is 17 metres long and created in 1880 will be shown outside of Japan.

AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth

An artist paints a mural as advertising for the exhibition 'Lo Stupore della Materia' (The Wonder of the Matter) in Milan, Italy. Held at the Gucci Hub in Milan, the exhibition 'Lo Stupore della Materia' celebrates the pioneering work of Leo de Berardinis and Perla Peragallo the famed duo of contemporary theatre whose movie 'A Charlie Parker' introduced the Gucci Spring Summer 2019 show at Théâtre Le Palace. Curated by Gianni Manzella and Enrico Pitozzi, the show is open until April 12.

AP Photo/Luca Bruno

Wooden handicrafts stored in a shop, in Saharanpur.

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Handicraft trader Raees Ahmed and handicraft artist Vinod Kumar show their products, which are lying in a showroom from months due to a slowdown in sales after imposition of GST, in Saharanpur.

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People walk in the work 'Ex It' (1997/2019) by Yoko Ono during the press preview of the exhibition 'PEACE is POWER' of the Japanese-American artist Yoko Ono in the Museum of the Fine Arts (Museum der bildenden Kuenste) in Leipzig, Germany. Yoko Ono is one of the most influential yet controversial artists of our epoch. As a pioneer of concept art she presents her most extensive exhibition of works in the exhibition since her retrospective in the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main five years ago. The exhibition starts on April 4, 2019 and lasts until July 7, 2019.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

A worker fixes small stones at the model of the Cheops pyramid of Giza during the annual renovation prior the season's opening next weekend in the landscape park Miniwelt (Miniworld) in Lichtenstein, eastern Germany. The cultural park Miniworld presents about 100 original and true-to detail buildings and technical facilities at a 1:25 scale ranging on an area of 6,5 hectare.

AP Photo/Jens Meyer

19th century's Porta Venezia historical gates are wrapped in jute sacks as part of the installation "A friend" by Ghanian artist Ibrahim Mahama, in the wake of Milan' Art Week, in Milan, Italy.

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A woman takes pictures of the 19th century's Porta Venezia historical gates wrapped in jute sacks, part of the installation "A friend" by Ghanian artist Ibrahim Mahama, in the wake of Milan' Art Week, in Milan, Italy.

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Ukrainian artist Dasha Marchenko adds a chocolate wrapper to her portrait of Ukraine's President and chocolate tycoon Petro Poroshenko at her studio in Kiev, Ukraine. The artist bought around 20 kilograms of chocolate using the wrappers to create his face. The framework was constructed using 4000 gun shells from battlefields in the country’s east that has been hit by conflict with Russia-backed separatists since 2014. Poroshenko is running for the second term as president in elections to be held on March 31.

AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky

A security guard looks at an artwork "Flea Market Lady" created by American artist Duane Hanson at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

AP Photo/Kin Cheung

A visitor looks at an artwork "Remix" created by artist Paola Pivi of Italy at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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The artwork created by Chinese artist Lu Yang is displayed at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

AP Photo/Vincent Yu

People walks past an artwork created by American artist Peter Halley at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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People stand around an artwork created by South Korean artist Lee Bul at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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A visitor takes a photo of an artwork created by Barbados-born American artist Ashley Bickteron at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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A woman looks at an artwork created by Japanese artist Aiko Miyanaga at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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Staff members show the artworks created by Japanese artist Mika Tajima to the potential buyers at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

AP Photo/Kin Cheung

An artwork "La depossession" created by Moroccan-French artist Latifa Echakhch is displayed at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

AP Photo/Kin Cheung

An artwork "White Riot" created by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara is displayed at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

AP Photo/Kin Cheung

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