They may not have been a part of the Full House reboot, but Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are still a source of fascination for the general public.
Case in point: two Brooklyn-based comedians, Matt Harkins and Viviana Olen, are currently creating a museum exhibit dedicated solely to the Olsen twins, which will feature artwork of the elusive twosome.
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The exhibit will feature paintings by artist Laura Collins, who has an original series of artwork called “The Olsen Twins Hiding From The Paparazzi.”
Harkins and Olen, who previously ran a museum out of an apartment dedicated to Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan, were inspired to make the exhibit because the Olsen Twins are “anti-relatable” celebrities.
The pair have started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the exhibit, and they have already reached over a quarter of their goal of $9,500.
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According to Racked, the exhibit plans to cheekily focus on the theme of the unattainable celebrity lifestyle with “cultural programs” like “Past Life Regression Seminar,” which will allow you to reflect on your past lives; a Real Housewives Symposium, and a reading of celebrity fan fiction. As a weird and tempting incentive, the exhibit will also feature a large-scale sculpture of what a table might have looked like at Mary-Kate Olsen’s recent wedding to Olivier Sarkozy. (Rumour has it that there were bowls of cigarettes on every table.)
If the Kickstarter campaign reaches its goal, the exhibit will be open for two weeks in April 2016 in New York City. If the pair reaches $15,000, they’ll keep the exhibit open for a full month, and if they reach $25,000, they’ll keep the Olsen exhibit open for an entire year.
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