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6 Pranks Played on the Art World

Published on 11 December 2020 at 10:54

With an origin that no one can quite pin down, (some historians suggest the custom originated in 16th century France, while others have linked it to festivals celebrated in ancient Rome) people all over the world have been observing the hoax-filled unofficial holiday of April Fool’s Day for centuries. Needless to say, the day of trickery—where basic schoolkid pranks include Vaseline on doorknobs or replacing the breakfast table sugar with salt —needs little introduction. 

And while we might feel like 2020 has been one huge, twisted practical joke so far, no one can deny that we could all use some light relief. So, in honor of April Fool’s Day this year...

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