Canada's Inuit artists making record prices

The careers of Cape Dorset's indigenous artists are newly booming, bringing fame to a tiny hamlet.

Last updated: 23 Nov 2013 18:12
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Some of Canada's best-known art comes from a tiny hamlet in the north of the country. It is produced by indigenous Inuit artists and is fetching record prices at auction.

Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Cape Dorset.


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