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November 07, 2014
A terracotta warrior figure is displayed as part of the exhibition "The Terracotta Daughters" by French...
Mexico City, Mexico
A terracotta warrior figure is displayed as part of the exhibition "The Terracotta Daughters" by French...
A terracotta warrior figure is displayed as part of the exhibition "The Terracotta Daughters" by French artist Prune Nourry, in Diego River-Anahuacalli museum in Mexico City, November 6, 2014. The exhibition, which runs until November 30 and was inspired by eight orphan Chinese girls, features 108 sculptures of girls based on the ancient Terracotta Army sculptures displayed at the Xi'an archaeological site in China. Nourry collaborated with Chinese craftsmen to learn the technique of sculpting the original terracotta warriors, which she then used to craft the figures in "The Terracotta Daughters". The exhibition will be taken to China to be buried and unearthed again in 2030. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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