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We aren’t going to pretend we always understand art.  When Marcel Duchamp put a urinal on the wall and called it art we thought it was just for the drunk museum goers who, after a few too many free Chardonnays, lost their inhibitions and their bladder control.  So, while we might not judge The Life of Fly as a book of “art work” we can say it makes for a comical read to toss on your coffee table.  Magnus Muhr, a Swedish photographer, has discovered/imagined the life of the average housefly, and apparently it includes far more than continuously crashing into your freshly Windex-ed windows.  The little buggers can be seen catching a few rays, ripping penalty shots and enjoying their short little lives to the fullest.

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