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An Artist Recreates The Most Stolen Objects In Stores

For her Shoplifting project, the British artist Lucy Sparrow had fun recreating the most stolen objects in the stores of Great Britain. Some soft and childish creations made of felt, which illustrate the banal criminality of everyday life. Pregnancy tests, champagne, beauty cream, meat, condoms, alcohol or adult magazines, the Shoplifting installation was presented last November at the Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London.

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