Princess Di Lives on in the Queen in London

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BUSAN, South KoreaUntil October 21, if you’re in London, you can spy a Korean artist’s composite of Queen Elizabeth II that is taller than Shaquille O’Neill (at roughly 7’3”) and wider than an average American is tall (near 6’). Using 1,106 tiny images of the late Princess Diana, Mokwon University art professor Kim Dong-yoo, 47, has constructed an impeccable work of art that is being included in the National Portrait Gallery’s ongoing exhibit, “The Queen: Art & Image”. His piece, “Elizabeth vs. Diana”, marks the only inclusion by an Asian artist in the exhibition of 60 artworks.

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