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A picture taken on October 20, 2014 shows the Louis Vuitton art museum during its inauguration, a week before its official opening to the public, on October 20, 2014 on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne park, in Paris. The private contemporary art museum was financed by Bernard Arnault, who heads up the LVMH luxury goods empire and whose net worth is estimated at almost $30 billion (23 billion euros) by Forbes. The foundation was designed by 85-year-old architect Frank Gehry who wanted to "design, in Paris, a magnificent vessel symbolising the cultural calling of France". AFP PHOTO/ ALAIN JOCARDALAIN JOCARD/AFP/Getty Images
A picture taken on October 20, 2014 shows the Louis Vuitton art museum during its inauguration, a week before its official opening to the public, on October 20, 2014 on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne park, in Paris. The private contemporary art museum was financed by Bernard Arnault, who heads up the LVMH luxury goods empire and whose net worth is estimated at almost $30 billion (23 billion euros) by Forbes. The foundation was designed by 85-year-old architect Frank Gehry who wanted to "design, in Paris, a magnificent vessel symbolising the cultural calling of France". AFP PHOTO/ ALAIN JOCARDALAIN JOCARD/AFP/Getty Images

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