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NOV 11 2022 - DEC 12 2023

By damaging immortal, unchanging, pop-exteriors, Robson gives a glimpse of what has been lost. He restores to Marilyn Monroe the vivacious life stolen by a million knock-off coffee mugs and t-shirts. On Mickey Mouse, he casts a spell of real-world believability, far stronger than any cast by a Disney fairy. With every swipe of his squeegee, Robson disfigures the ironic realism he initially paints only to reveal a newly seen iteration of an iconic figure that somehow feels even more real. That, itself, is more than a little bit magic... 

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