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"Richard Prince, the American artist best known for his 'appropriation' style and his collaborations with Marc Jacobs, has wrapped the Hong Kong Museum of Art with enlarged replicas of pulp fiction novel covers." Why? To celebrate a display of works from Louis Vuitton's permanent collection. And also because he can. [WWD]