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    Dismantled Dismaland Will Be Sent to Aid Refugees

    Does he have goodwill down to a fine art? Street artist Banksy’s temporary Disneyland parody exhibition — a statement about globalization — generated millions for the English seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. Now that its five-week run at a crumbling Somerset pool resort has ended, the timbers and fixtures will be dismantled over the next three weeks and sent to “The Jungle” in Calais, France. The former art will serve as material for shelters for thousands of migrants who are camping there and dreaming of better lives.

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