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Sculptor Puts 'Terracotta Daughters' on Grand Tour

Friday, September 19, 2014

A French artist fights gender preference and inequality with a peaceful army of girls. The exhibit of 108 sculptures is in New York through Oct. 4. Then it travels to Mexico for a final showing before getting buried until 2030 in a fake archaeological site.

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