Art forger's 'work' to go on display

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Director of DAAP Galleries at the University of Cincinnati, Aaron Cowan hangs a piece of art by art forger Mark A. Landis, of Laurel, Miss. for a show called "Faux Real" in Cincinnati, Ohio on Tuesday, March 27, 2012. The work of the convincing art forger who has spent nearly three decades copying artists like Picasso and donating his fake art to unsuspecting museums goes on display April Fool's Day. The University of Cincinnati exhibit will explore the problem of art forgery through a look at the unusual story of Landis. (AP Photo/Dottie Stover-University of Cincinnati)

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The work of the convincing art forger Mark A. Landis, who has spent nearly three decades copying artists like Picasso and donating his fake art to unsuspecting museums, goes on display on April Fool's Day at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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