SUPERFLEX: Superfake/The Parley

Exhibition runs Jan. 9-April 30

This event last occurred April 30, 2016

Taking the form of an experimental laboratory or studio, “Superfake/The Parley” features new images, video and sculptural works by the Danish artist collective SUPERFLEX. The commissioned project takes a painting in the ASU Art Museum collection attributed to Frederic Remington as a starting point to examine issues of authenticity, reproduction and value, including the emotional value of an artwork.

Presented in collaboration with the ASU LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science and with the ASU Art Museum’s Conservation Studio. The exhibition is generously supported by Diane Harrison, the Helme Prinzen Endowment and AZ-Tech Radiology, and was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Museums for America Grant Number MA-20-14-0236-14.

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Image credit: Infrared photography test, courtesy of the artists and 1301PE.

Infrared photography test, courtesy of the artists and 1301PE.

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