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The Day Paris Died and Went to the Art Gallery

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If Paris Hilton is allowed to leave the state, she'd surely be on her way to the Capla Kesting Fine Art gallery in Brooklyn, where Daniel Edwards' "Paris Hilton Autopsy" will be on display through the end of May.

According to our Mothership, Gothamist, Hilton is said to have commissioned Edwards to create a sculpture of her for the Sunset Strip. Surely, she'd blame this sculpture of her untanned body on her fired and hired-again publicist.

And the raves are already in:

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Paris herself would probably take one look at the installation and drawl, "Dude, I look great. DUI death is hot." -- New York Magazine.

You should not only be flattered, Paris, but also comforted to know that Tinkerbell will remain at your side for all eternity.

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