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(SANTA FE, N.M., SHOT 7/16//2004) A facade covered with a thousand rats and hot dogs charred and smoking greeted gallery goers as they made their way into SITE Santa Fe during the Patron's Preview Party Friday night. The large scale installation was intended to reinforce the theme of the grotesque and was courtesy of New York City artist Kim Jones (not pictured). Volunteer Ian Ramirz, 29, an art student studying abroard from London, England checks the progress of a burnt hot dog. SITE Santa Fe, a biennial modern art exhibition in Santa Fe, N.M., selected critic/curator Robert Storr to organize its Fifth International Biennial Exhibition. The show will be on display from July 18, 2004 until January 9, 2005 and will showcase about 100 works in various media all focusing on the theme of the grotesque in modern art. The title of this year's show is "Disparities and Deformations : Our Grotesque" and it featured about 60 artists from around the world. (Photo by MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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