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By Naomi Orton, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - The exhibition of the iconoclastic Brazilian artist Vik Muniz has already been seen by more than 26,000 people in Rio was still buzzing with activity last weekend. Featuring 131 photos, it is the biggest exhibition of his work to date and spans three decades of creative output.

Muniz, whose work has been exhibited worldwide, was born in São Paulo in 1961 and grew up under a climate of political oppression in 1970s Brazil. A growing interest in media led to the beginnings of a career in advertising. It was allegedly . . .

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