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The Treachery of Fruit is a bit of a comedy and a spoof. When artist Maurizio Cattelan got huge press for taping a banana to a wall in “Comedian”, it instantly struck me as completely ridiculous; which is kind of what it’s all about. Almost immediately, it brought to mind the famous 1929 painting of a pipe by Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte, titled “The Treachery of Images”. Most remember it by the writing below it in French which translates to “This is not a pipe”. So why not make a painting that pokes fun at the banana work, while loosely giving an interpretation to think about? Fruit can’t be trusted…
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