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BERLIN.- A file picture dated 25 May 2004 shows German Walter Womacka in front of his painting Wounded bull (1997) during a press conference at the Castle in Beeskow, Germany. The former GDR artist Walter Womacka died at the age of 84 in Berlin, Germany on 18 September 2010. EPA/PATRICKPLEUL.

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BEIJING.- An oil painting titled We Have No Choice by Vietnamese artist Ho Minh Quan is displayed at the 4th Beijing International Art Biennale in the National Art Museum of China September 19, 2010. Themed Environment Concern and Human Existence, the biennale stresses the responsibility of contemporary artists towards increasing awareness for environmental problems, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Jason Lee.

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BEIJING.- An artwork by German artist Tobias Marx is displayed at the 4th Beijing International Art Biennale in the National Art Museum of China September 19, 2010. Themed Environment Concern and Human Existence, the biennale stresses the responsibility of contemporary artists towards increasing awareness for environmental problems, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Jason Lee.

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BEIJING.- An artwork titled Inrush by Chinese artist He Qiang is displayed at the 4th Beijing International Art Biennale in the National Art Museum of China September 19, 2010. Themed Environment Concern and Human Existence, the biennale stresses the responsibility of contemporary artists towards increasing awareness for environmental problems, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Jason Lee.

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SINGAPORE.- A video installation by Mexican artist Miguel Chevalier titled Ultra-Nature is projected onto a wall in the heart of the city at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) in Singapore. Ultra-Nature is a video projection of luminescent and vibrantly coloured plants that interact with the movement of people to stimulate growth in a digital jungle. The exhibition is part of Digital Nights 2010 and will run from September 17 to 26. REUTERS/Joel Boh.

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DAMASCUS.- A tourist looks at pieces of Sawane stones (flint stones) used in prehistoric times, displayed at The lithic industries of Palmyra basin exhibition at the national museum in Damascus September 19, 2010. The pieces were found in the Palmyra area, located in the heart of the Syrian desert, which was inhabited by humans 1.3 million years old, according to a museum statement. REUTERSJ/Khaled al-Hariri.

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TRUJILLO.- An illustration of a group of dolls from the permanent collection displayed at the Toy Museum in Trujillo, Peru, 19 September 2010. Nine years after its inaguration, this museum is one of the few dedicated to toys and dolls in Latin America. EPA/BELEN DELGADO.

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JAEN.- An undated handout photograph made available on 18 September 2010 by El Comercio news paper shows a group of archaeologists working in a site in Jaen, Peru. A team of Peruvian archaeologists found two ceremonial temples which are more than 4.000 years old that would make them the the most ancient discovered in Peru and belong to the Bracamoros culture, according to El Comercio news paper. EPA/EL COMERCIO.

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PHILADELPHIA.- A person pauses to view an image in the Art of the American Soldier exhibit prior to its opening, at the National Constitution Center, in Philadelphia. The exhibition is scheduled to open Sept. 24. AP Photo/Matt Rourke.

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MUNICH.- A visitor looks at a Wilhelm Tell sculpture by artist Rodo, on display in an exhibition, entitled ...Giacometti, Hodler, Klee..., in the art hall of the Hypo Cultural Foundation in Munich, Germany. The exhibition shows highlights of Swiss art from seven centuries. EPA/FRANK LEONHARDT