and Nonsense….

After the work was hung, the Brunswick Street Gallery director was tipped off on one tiny-but-oh-so-important detail about Andre. She was two.

Scrambling to retain its credibility, the art world tossed around terms like ‘child prodigy’ and the gallery director continued with the show, justifying it using the standard arty Klingon along the lines of: “Andre has a free-form approach depicting the esoteric nature of all things juxtaposed en plein air in the scintillating sphere of the human experience.”

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