An employee of the Basel Art fair stands next to a work of art by US artist Andy Warhol on June 17, 2014 during the preview day of the Art Basel fair that will run from June 19 to June 22, 2014 in Basel, Switzerland. AFP PHOTO / SEBASTIEN BOZON
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