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… And just in time for the Miami art fairs! You’ll remember Peter Fuss as the Polish artist who posted a billboard of a dead Obama during the 2008 US Presidential campaign, well, now he’s taking aim at someone with more art world cred … the king of global gallery domination himself, Larry Gagosian.
His dealer’s website says, “he comments on politics, the relationships between religion and authority, flashy religiosity, social problems and art.” But let’s face it, he just wants love, maybe a hug from Gogo? You can check out Fuss’s other work, which has the same minimalist black and white style. I do love the luxury-brand treatment Fuss has given his very public query. Makes me think of high-end chocolates, designer shopping bags, and credit cards… mmmm, chocolate.
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