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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) will take art lovers to India and beyond.

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Curators are installing a hot-pink plastic Taj Mahal, which is one of the many works to be featured by artist Rina Banerjee for the “Make Me A Summary Of The World” exhibit.

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Banerjee’s work has been shown all over the world from Europe to South Asia and now North America.

PAFA will be the first of North American museums to showcase Banerjee’s work.

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Her colorful sculptures will transform the galleries into worldly spaces.

Banerjee is known for her large-scale sculptures which are made often times from natural materials and sourced from all over the world.

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They are made from feathers, shells, light bulbs and other materials.

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The exhibit opens on October 28th.