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Lance Armstrong Recruits 25 Top Artists for Benefit Show

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It's not often you get to see a curated show featuring the likes of Richard Prince, Jules de Balincourt, Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf, and KAWS, but it's not often that Lance Armstrong comes calling on the art world. 


Armstrong's Livestrong foundation and Nike asked 25 top artists to donate pieces to a special exhibit called "Stages," which debuted this summer at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin (the Paris gallery, not its Miami outpost), and will be presented at Deitch Projects in New York next week before coming to Miami during Art Basel.

The pieces will be sold, with proceeds benefiting Livestrong. If you can't wait to see the works, many of which liberally use Livestrong's signature yellow, you can view them online

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