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A 25-year-old artist in Beijing who calls himself ROBBBB has found a unique canvas for his work, one he hopes helps capture the fast-paced changes in China’s capital: the walls of abandoned and half-demolished buildings.

On crumbling edifices down alleys or by construction sites, he has glued enlarged images of photographs of people from around the city, sometimes striking unlikely poses.

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