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Changes on the home front and abroad.
A darling of the Chinese Art market gains ground in the West.
His show of Instagram printouts at Gagosian isn't just bad, it's sexist.
When fiction isn't enough, why not make it for real?
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A slew of records for Zero and Arte Povera.
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A 700-pound bronze eagle perched atop a giant swastika.
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