In this Aug. 30, 2012 photo, Brazilian sculptor Raul Mourao poses for a photo next to his work, as it moves while hanging on exhibit at the Lurixs contemporary art gallery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Mourao has watched Rio's art scene establish itself in the last two decades. When he started, there weren't more than a dozen books out on Brazilian art in general. Now there are dozens of exhibits in Rio at any given time, as well as an established culture of publicly financed displays. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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In this Aug. 30, 2012 photo, Brazilian sculptor Raul Mourao poses for a photo next to his work, as it moves while hanging on exhibit at the Lurixs contemporary art gallery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  Mourao has watched Rio's art scene establish itself in the last two decades. When he started, there weren't more than a dozen books out on Brazilian art in general. Now there are dozens of exhibits in Rio at any given time, as well as an established culture of publicly financed displays.  (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
In this Aug. 30, 2012 photo, Brazilian sculptor Raul Mourao poses for a photo next to his work, as it moves while hanging on exhibit at the Lurixs contemporary art gallery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Mourao has watched Rio's art scene establish itself in the last two decades. When he started, there weren't more than a dozen books out on Brazilian art in general. Now there are dozens of exhibits in Rio at any given time, as well as an established culture of publicly financed displays. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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