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Forger exhibits artworks in Nitra

A COLLECTION of 80 works inspired by artist Gustav Klimt and celebrity Marilyn Monroe will appear for only four days in Nitra.

Dondé with Marilyn Monroe. (Source: Courtesy of Omnimedia)

A COLLECTION of 80 works inspired by artist Gustav Klimt and celebrity Marilyn Monroe will appear for only four days in Nitra.

Called L’arte Dei VIP da Gustav Klimt a Marilyn Monroe, the collection by Daniel Dondé, a famous Italian artist and art forger, is being presented as contemporary modern art.

The exhibits are made from gold, precious metals, pearls and Swarowski crystals, and will be exhibited in the Mikado Hotel in Nitra between October 19 and 22.


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