Il Ghirigoro, a group exhibition curated by Francesco Tenaglia, is on at Pio Pico, Los Angeles, running February 13 to April 11, 2020.
Featuring artists Jef Geys, Ezio Gribaudo, David Ostrowski, Andrea Romano, and Trevor Shimizu, the show draws inspiration from the curator’s encounter with a 1980s Disney comic book, in which a down and out artist Donald Duck attempts success by replicating an acclaimed painting he sees in the “Museum of Modern and Future Art”. In the postmodern spirit of debating authenticity, forgery and the ‘real’, the exhibition “is an attempt to imagine, today, a possible version of that ‘Museum of Modern and Future Art’”.**
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