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When Is Bottled Air Worth $860? When It's A Work Of Art — And Protest

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A jar of fresh air from southern France, bottled by a Beijing artist, was sold at auction in China for $860. AP correspondent Didi Tang says it's one of many works of pollution protest art in China.
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