The last thing you'd expect when viewing art at a gallery is to learn that some of the pieces are fake. At the ARETE gallery in Turkey, directors of Joan Miró's estate discovered that fakes were mixed into the exhibition. The unfortunate discovery forced the gallery to close the show ahead of its January 19 end date. Gallery owner Emre Sefer told the Associated Press that the pieces had come from North American galleries and that they are currently analyzing all of the works so that they can return the phony art. There is no word whether or not the exhibition will reopen once the fake art has been removed.

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[via FoxNews