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Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation "The Convenience Store (8 'til Late)," which recreates a New York convenience store but with all the products made of felt at The Standard, High Line in Manhattan, New York. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation "The Convenience Store (8 'til Late)," which recreates a New York convenience store but with all the products made of felt at The Standard, High Line in Manhattan, New...more

Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation "The Convenience Store (8 'til Late)," which recreates a New York convenience store but with all the products made of felt at The Standard, High Line in Manhattan, New York. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Felt packets of candy sit on a shelf in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Felt packets of candy sit on a shelf in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Felt packets of candy sit on a shelf in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Felt meats hang in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Felt meats hang in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Felt meats hang in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses in her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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A person reaches into a felt ice-cream freezer featured in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A person reaches into a felt ice-cream freezer featured in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A person reaches into a felt ice-cream freezer featured in British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People walk through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Willem Grant of Manhattan walks through British artist Lucy Sparrow's installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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British artist Lucy Sparrow poses outside her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses outside her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

British artist Lucy Sparrow poses outside her installation. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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