An art handler places drugs for an art installation of British artist Hirst in the new Brandhorst modern art museum in Munich
An art handler places drugs for the art installation 'In this terrible moment we are victims clinging helplessly to an environment that refuses to acknowledge the soul' by British artist Damien Hirst in the new Brandhorst modern art museum in Munich, May 6, 2009. The museum showing modern and contemporary art of the collection of Udo and Anette Brandhorst opens on May 21 for the public. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY ENTERTAINMENT)
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