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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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

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

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A visitor looks at an artwork "Untitled" created by American artist Richard Prince at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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An artwork "Blue red yellow mountain" created by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone is displayed at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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A visitor walks past an artwork "Human Trap" created by Indonesian artist Agus Suwage at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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A visitor looks at an artwork "In Stock (Walmart Worker's Head)" created by American artist Josh Kline at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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Visitor look at an artwork "Bullshit Blind Bull" created by China's Shenzhen based young artists group Jiu Society at Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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People stand arround the artwork 'Apps for Obama' during the press preview of the exhibition 'Jack's Jacks" of late United States artist Jack Whitten, at the Hamburger Bahnhof museum in Berlin. The museum says the exhibition in the first retrospective of the American painter, which passed away in 2018, in Europe. The exhibition will run from March 29, until Sept. 1, 2019.

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A man makes bubbles during a brilliant sunny day at Plaza del Castillo square, in Pamplona, northern Spain.

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A visitor watches the picture 'The King Of Pop' from US artist Mark Ryden at a preview of the exhibition 'Michael Jackson: On The Wall' at the Bundeskunsthalle museum in Bonn, Germany.

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An Emirati man takes a photograph with his mobile phone in front of Lebanese artist Abdul Rahman Katanani's 2018 work "Gaza" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Women sit in front of Egyptian artist Ibrahim el-Dessouki's 2019 painting "The Seventh Day" and near Lebanese artist Ali Chaaban's 2019 Persian carpet work called "12:00 p.m. Class" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman walks past a 2017 work made of cotton and wool by artists Anthony Aziz and Samuel Cucher called "The Road" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman looks over Australian artist Ken Done's art on a 1989 BMW M3 at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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An Emirati woman sits in front of Syrian artist Manaf Halbouni's 2015 work "Secret Service ... Mukabarat" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Women read through pamphlets in front of Iraqi artist Dia Azzawi's 2016-2017 work "Three Obelisks" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman takes a photo of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's 2018 piece "Flower" at Arab Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman stands near Turkish artist Ramazan Can's 2018 work "I am a Stranger of This Place" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Two women talk in front of Saudi-born artist Daniah al-Saleh's 2019 audio-visual work titled "Sawtam" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman walks past Egyptian artist Hamed Abdalla's 1978 work "Coma" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman is reflected in the broken glass of German artist Astrid Klein's 1993 untitled work at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A woman walks past Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck's 2018 work "Vanitas (Variation)" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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A man takes a photo of Iranian artist Mohammad Hossein Gholamzadeh's 2019 work "Farewell to Proserpina" at Art Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Art Dubai is marking its 13th edition with an exhibition running March 20 through March 23.

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The Vessel, a 16-story spiral staircase, is illuminated at Hudson Yards in New York. Hudson Yards, a $25 billion urban complex on Manhattan's west side, is the city's most ambitious development since the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. When fully complete, the 28-acre site will include 16 towers of homes and offices, a hotel, a school, the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere, a performing arts center and the shopping mall.

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NY public art installation "blu Marble" is unveiled by Sebastian Errazuriz and Pledge World by blu in New York.

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This photo taken with a drone shows "Vessel," a 150-foot-tall structure of climbable interlocking staircases, that is the center point of the $25 billion Hudson Yards Redevelopment in New York. The climbable structure designed by Thomas Heatherwick opens to the public on Friday, March 15, 2019.

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An upside down house, open to the public as a tourist attraction, stands on a hill near the highway in Wertheim, southern Germany.

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A textile merchant shows saree printed with a picture of Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, at his shop in Surat.

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The Caravaggio' Judith and Holfernes, painting is unveiled at the Colnaghi Gallery in London. The Caravaggio' Judith and Holfernes, lost in Amsterdam in 1617 has since been rediscovered in an attic in a Toulouse farmhouse in 2014.

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South African artist Sue Williamson poses in front of her installation, showcased at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

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South African artist Sue Williamson's installation, showcased at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. The artwork sheds light on the neglected history of slave trade.

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Artist: Armaan Ratra

Artist: Armaan Ratra

Artist: Armaan Ratra

Artist Tank works on a giant reproduction of the Mona Lisa on a house wall in Berlin, Germany. Together with the artist group 'Dixons', he created with 170 square meters the largest reproduction of Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece.

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In this hoto people visit the installation called 'Mirage Gstaad' by American artist Doug Aitken, in Gstaad, Switzerland. This structure was presented during the exhibition 'Elevation 1049: Frequencies'. It will be visible for the next two years.

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A visitor stands besides the looted art painting 'Stillleben mit einem Hasen' (still-live with Hare, c. 1650) by Pietro Francesco Cittadini during the official hanging of the painting in the Old Masters Picture Gallery in Dresden, eastern Germany. After 70 years the painting is back in Dresden. It was in the lost art database and at last privately owned in Georgia. The database registers cultural objects which as a result of persecution under the Nazi dictatorship and the Second World War were relocated, moved or seized.

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Visitors throng at the 33rd Surajkund International Arts and Crafts Mela 2019, in Faridabad.

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Artistes perform a folk dance at the Surajkund International Arts and Crafts Mela 2019, in Faridabad

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Buddhism

Artist: Ranya Maingi

Visitors look at humanoid bipeds called Na'vi at the exhibition entitled 'The Avatar: Discover Pandora' at the Andrassy Experience Center in Budapest, Hungary.

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A fictional animal figure 'Banshee' is displayed at the Andrassy Experience Center in Budapest, Hungary. The interactive exhibition presents the imaginary world of Canadian-born Oscar-winning US director James Cameron, the extraterrestrial humanoids and the life-sized creatures of the jungle moon of Pandora.

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Turkey's glass lanterns up for sale at a stall during the 23rd Surajkund crafts fair, in Faridabad.

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An installation at Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2019, in Mumbai.

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A visitor visits an art installation titled Displacement Wall I and II by Abir Karmakar during the India Art Fair in New Delhi.

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Artist Dhananjay Singh stands next to his art installation during the India Art Fair in New Delhi.

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A visitor looks at an untitled art installation by Chittrovanu Mazumdar at the India Art Fair in New Delhi.

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An art installation by Aminul Islam Ashik showing, from right, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and Myanmar's ?State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi stand on display at the India Art Fair, in New Delhi.

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An art installation representing Myanmar's ?State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and the Rohingya exodus by Aminul Islam Ashik is displayed at the India Art Fair, in New Delhi.

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A visitor looks at art installations at the India Art Fair in New Delhi.

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A visitor speaks on a mobile next to an art installation by Dhananjay Singh during India Art Fair, in New Delhi.

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A visitor walks past an art installation titled Dream Walker by Rajesh Ram during the India Art Fair in New Delhi. The four day art fair brings together a number of modern and contemporary artists to present their works.

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Visitors at an auction of mementos, presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi.

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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creates a sand sculpture on the eve of National Voters' Day, at Puri beach in Puri.

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"Hina" dolls depicting Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito, left, and Crown Princess Masako ahead of their inauguration as emperor and empress in May, are displayed for Girls' Day celebrations at Kyugetsu Co., a Japanese traditional doll company, in Tokyo. The doll is among others adorned with images based on persons of the year. March 3 is celebrated as Girls' Day to pray for the vigorous growth of girls in the family.

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An artwork called "McJesus," which was sculpted by Finnish artist Jani Leinonen and depicts a crucified Ronald McDonald, is seen on display as part of the Haifa museum's "Sacred Goods" exhibit, in Haifa, Israel. Hundreds of Christians calling for the sculpture's removal protested at the museum last week.

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A woman sell balloons during inauguration of the Dance, Theater and Visual Arts International Fest Santiago A Mil, in Santiago, Chile.

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A woman enjoys the dragon dancer presentation prior the inauguration of the Dance, Theater and Visual Arts International Festival Santiago A Mil, in Santiago, Chile. Santiago A Mil is the largest performing arts festival in Chile with participating groups originating from 25 different countries.

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People make shadows as they place their hands in blue laser lights, part of a performance art installation, in Pamplona, northern Spain.

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An artist prepares an installation at the premise of Victoria Memorial, in Kolkata.

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Visitors interact with a display through a virtual reality goggles at the Saatchi Gallery in London. The show, “We live in an Ocean of Air,” takes visitors through a virtual reality version of an ancient forest.

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Artists perform puppetry at India Puppetry festival, in Agartala.

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People walks past a painting on a wall which will be part of the 4th edition of 'Kochi Muziris Biennale', an international exhibition of contemporary art to be held on Dec.12th, in Kochi.

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An artwork of freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose in Allahabad as part of the 'Paint My City' project ahead of Kumbh Mela. (art agency: Ram Suttar)

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People pass by a wall mural in Allahabad as part of the 'Paint My City' project ahead of Kumbh Mela. (art agency: Promicare)

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A wall mural in Allahabad as part of the 'Paint My City' project ahead of Kumbh Mela. (art agency: Promicare)

Photograph by Tribhuvan Tiwari

Making Sangam city beautiful ahead of Kumbh Mela as part of the 'Paint My City' project in Allahabad. (art agency: Delhi Street Art)

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