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      [DUANE HANSON, Supermarket Shopper, 1970. Polyester resin and Fiberglass polychromed in oil, with clothing, steel cart, and groceries, life-size. Nachfolgeinstitut, Neue Galerie, Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen. Art © Estate of Duane Hanson/Licensed by VAGA, New York.] This sculpture is part of the Super-realism, or hyper-realism movement. An everyday subject is portrayed overly accurate and realistic.

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