Andrea Wolf and Karolina Ziulkosko, Future Past News. Courtesy Forbes.
Donald Trump will make an appearance of sorts at this year’s Art Central fair in Hong Kong. Visitors will find him in a 1930s-style living room hidden among the gallery booths filled with abstract paintings and polished sculptures. When people enter the homely space, they'll be asked to sit down, make themselves comfortable and turn on the vintage TV, which will be flooded with propaganda from the 1930s. Hitler lectures. Mussolini preaches. But when viewers hold a specially-programmed iPad in front of the screen, clips of Donald Trump will begin to play, drawing disconcerting parallels between the politics of the past and present.