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Imagine - The Art World's Prankster: Maurizio Cattelan
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Alan Yentob presents a profile of one of the most provocative and elusive figures in contemporary art, Maurizio Cattelan. Catapulted to worldwide notoriety in 1999 by The Ninth Hour - a sculpture of Pope John Paul II toppled by a meteorite - his work has bordered on criminal activity and regularly defies good taste. Ex-girlfriends, family members, collectors and dealers build a portrait of the enigmatic artist whose recent work Him sold for £12million.
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