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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION Visitors wearing burkas, walk in front of a photograph of the German artist Naneci Yurdaguel, which shows the skyline of New York and the World Trade Center on November 22, 2012 during the exhibition 'Burquoi' in Wiesbaden, southwestern Germany. One focus of Yurdaguel's artistic engagement is topics on national and religious identity, migration, social exclusion, cultural appropriation and mistrust. They are constantly picked up and are treated critically, often in relation to current public debates, to intervene in social discourse. AFP PHOTO / BORIS ROESSLER GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read BORIS ROESSLER/AFP/Getty Images)
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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION, TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION Visitors wearing burkas, walk in front of a photograph of the German artist Naneci Yurdaguel, which shows the skyline of New York and the World Trade Center on November 22, 2012 during the exhibition 'Burquoi' in Wiesbaden, southwestern Germany. One focus of Yurdaguel's artistic engagement is topics on national and religious identity, migration, social exclusion, cultural appropriation and mistrust. They are constantly picked up and are treated critically, often in relation to current public debates, to intervene in social discourse. AFP PHOTO / BORIS ROESSLER GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read BORIS ROESSLER/AFP/Getty Images)
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November 22, 2012
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