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Conrad Shawcross

The London art world star is finding new ways to support his work.

CONRAD SHAWCROSS’S RISE in the British art world was unprecedented, beginning with his 2003 debut, a wooden machine that slowly wound threads into yarn. It was quickly acquired by the mega-collector Charles Saatchi. A year later, at the age of 25, Shawcross cold-called Victoria

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