Pigs tattooed in 'Art Farm'

08:45, February 18, 2011      

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A tattooed pig stays at the "Art Farm" of Belgian conceptual artist Wim Delvoye in Shunyi District of Beijing Feb.16, 2011. Delvoye has staff consisting of local farmers to raise the pigs and professionals to tattoo them with cartoons or symbols. The animals would then be displayed at art exhibitions and their skins sold to collectors after they were slaughtered. [CFP]
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