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Liu Bolin - The Invisible Man
Liu Bolin is the king of camouflage. This 35 year old Chinese artist is known for his "Hiding in the City" series, for which he paints himself to blend into his environment. It can be a bit spooky - often times passers-by don't take any notice of him unless he moves! Turns out the world loves a good disappearing act, and Liu's work has received international recognition. Liu says his art not about fitting into modern society, but is a protest against the actions of the Government, who shut down his art studio in 2005 and persecutes artists.