TOKYO -- Pirated DVDs and counterfeit handbags have been a headache for Chinese authorities. But even by Chinese standards, holding art exhibits consisting entirely of fake works would be considered outlandish. Yet Yayoi Kusama, the Japanese artist known for her iconic polka-dot patterns, has found out that somebody there is doing just that using her name.
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