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Mentors and their proteges: (Above) William Kentridge with Mateo Lopez

Learning with the best

The latest round of Rolex's Master and Protege Initiative - a biennial programme that matchmakes veterans in the international arts world with upcoming talents - in Venice saw sparks fly. JAIME EE reports
Nov 1, 2013 6:00 AM

ZOMBIES tried to eat Margaret Atwood's head. Gilberto Gil brought the house down with a heady mix of Brazilian samba and Arab social commentary. Lin Hwai-min forced his Brazilian protege to climb a mountain in Taiwan and he came back a "Crooked Man"; meanwhile, William Kentridge's Colombian

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