Raqib Shaw, "Paradise Lost"

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    Raquib Shaw, St. Sebastian of the Poppies, 2011-2012

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    Raquib Shaw, Paradise Lost, 2001-2013, installation view

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    Raquib Shaw, installation view

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    Raquib Shaw, installation view

© Raqib Shaw

Raquib Shaw, Arrival of the Ram King - PARADISE LOST II, 2011-2013

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Raqib Shaw's tree sculpture being displayed in the Pace gallery is not original. He purchased three tree candelabra sculptures off another artist in London, passed them off as his own work and now has just tried to mimic them. The authentic artist's work can be viewed on YouTube: eccentric artworks/ treemaker. — at Eccentric Artworks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEfAaNDQyVI