I'm a fan of Duane Hanson; known for his hyperrealist sculptures of everyday people and the down-and-out, and who also used photography as a primary means of developing his vision. But my admiration is nothing compared to the passion brought to him by Daniel Filipacchi, press tycoon and a renowned collector of surrealist art.
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