Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Chess Art II

Bruno LeMieux-Ruibal has been checking out the Art Fair scene in New York City.
...a Maurizio Cattelan in Richard Gray was the sensation of the fair. Titled "Good Versus Evil", it is a set that includes in the Good side figures like Mother Teresa and in the Evil side the likes of Hitler and Stalin. Amazingly crafted and painted, funny and historically responsible, it is a great table-size example of Cattelan's humor without the grandeur and excessiveness of his roomed installations.

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