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MONA s Walsh defends slaughter art show, says outrage good for business

David Walsh, millionaire founder of Tasmania s acclaimed Museum of Old and New Art, responds to the controversy surrounding an upcoming performance featuring a freshly slaughtered bull by saying outrage is good for business an

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