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    Richard Serra

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    Felix Gonzalez-Torres

    Amazing book sculptures created by talented Canadian artist Guy Laramee.

    Hedi Xandt

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    Maurizio Cattelan, Courtesy Serge Hasenböhler, Basel

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    Wim Botha

    Terry Turrell. Northwestern Folk artist.

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    cindy Sherman

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    Ruben Ochoa

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    Piero Manzoni, 1960, Artist's Breath