Fans disappointed by Singapore's closure of KAWS sculpture exhibition

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Visitors take photos of a giant inflatable sculpture by American artist KAWS in Singapore, despite the exhibition's closure due to a legal dispute. The 42-metre artwork was scheduled to open to the public on Sunday, but a local non-profit arts organisation obtained a last-minute court injunction to stop the exhibition from taking place. The exhibition KAWS: HOLIDAY features artist Brian Donnelly's signature character Companion and was closed on Sunday, but fans still turned up to take photos and admire the artwork from behind barriers.

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