In an era increasingly dominated by fabricated fears, alternative facts and fake news, the artists Robert Lazzarini (U.S., b. 1965) and Rodrigo Valenzuela (Chile, b. 1982) rearrange, reconstruct and ultimately distort reality in order to question its most fundamental premises. Their two-person exhibition, The Return of the Real, illustrates, among other things, how the real is made up of more than just perception—its surfaces can, in fact, harbor fantastical possibilities. This exhibition is curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, and organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum.