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For MacArthur 'Genius,' 'Love' Is The Essence Of Her Art

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Like Father, Like Son: Creating Art In A Time Of Troubles

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Part four delves into the world of people who live in 24-hour Internet cafes because they can't afford rent. Courtesy of Shiho Fukada/Panos Pictures hide caption

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