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How has money changed the Brazilian art scene?

1 October 2013 Last updated at 00:15 BST

The BBC's arts editor Will Gompertz travels to Brazil, which has enjoyed a period of significant economic growth and an increasingly high international profile.

Over the next three years it will host the World Cup and the Olympic Games.

In Rio he checks out the art scene and gauges the effect that all the attention and money is having on the city's Carioca culture - Carioca being the nickname Brazilians give to those born and bred in the city.

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