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Lord Foster scooped the visual art prize in last week's South Bank Show awards, pipping Tate director Nicholas Serota for his work on the Tate Modern and artist Mark Wallinger, who put a life-size statue of Jesus on Trafalgar Square's empty plinth. Lord Foster won for the roof of his Great Court project at the British Museum.

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