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Bringing the Fun: Outdoor Sculpture from Art Basel

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Although it was mostly rainy for Art Basel Miami Beach week, the outdoor sculptures around the main fair and on the beach were a highlight. Fun, interactive, and often using a giant scale to shift perceptions, these pieces were free to experience and a pleasure to explore, no matter what your income bracket.

Photos by Lawrence Doane

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