Now this is funny added to funny. Not long ago David Emerick posted an article here about Piero Manzoni's exquisite riff on the art-industrial complex. Now it turns out that the contents might not be as advertised—which allegedly has some people worried. Does it matter? I certainly don't think so. Isn't the whole point that it's the idea of art and not its actual content that counts?
Art marches on. Piero's laughing, even from the grave.
Mike (thanks to Tim)