Andrea Büttner

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MINNEAPOLIS — With just four shapes made out of crude line drawings, Andrea Büttner captures the essence of shame.

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MILTON KEYNES, UK — Art, which has been called a religion, has a serious problem with faith. Genocides may come and go leaving the beliefs of many intact, but contemporary art is a sensitive flower — in many ways it is still getting over World War One.

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