On April 1, 2014, Chicago art exhibits can become cans. No, most Chicago art exhibits do not have integral, transformation mechanisms; they cannot become cans. However, Chicagoan artists who create art on this day may create substandard art which they immediately throw into cans (trash cans).
On April 1, 2014, Chicago art exhibits appear cleaner. Yes, this can occur especially with outdoor art. Rainfall from March 31, 2014 may have washed dirt off of billboard art.
On April Fools’ Day, Chicago art exhibits can attract fools. Yes, if the subjects of painting and photographs are court jesters and clowns, fools may collect in front of such art to get insights into fool fashion.
On April 1, 2014, some Chicago art exhibits may talk. If some exhibits talk, they will do so in the language of art, non-orally and metaphorically. The conversation between art patrons and art may include light and shadow, texture, Degas and Renoir, Impressionism and Naturalism.
It is highly probable that more fools will gather to look at Chicago art on any of the other 364 days of the year. Of course, on Earth, the usual, Western calendar is 365 days long. Fools from Mars will be accustomed to a year of 687 days, no fooling. Fools from Venus will be accustomed to a year of 224 days. Saturn’s year equals 29.7 Earth years, no fooling.