REVIEWS

/ Richard Prince
"Are You Glad to Be in America?" at Massimo De Carlo, Milan
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Filipa Ramos

Macho, violent, and angry: such is the America portrayed in Galleria Massimo De Carlo’s inquiring exhibition. The show opens with the remnants of a ghost town, a derelict shed, and all that is missing is the tumbleweed. But here what’s being referenced is not the Wild West, but rather the myth of it created by Hollywood. Next to this Barn Again (2010) by Marianne Vitale, and complimenting the Western stage-set appeal, is a neon sign that reads... continue reading

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