The Lady from Shanghai
From the exhibition catalogue text, by Sara Mazzocchi:

"This cinematographic fascination concludes with a series of paintings taken from the sequence preceding the final shootout and they complete the installation. In one case, a close-up of the captivating Rita Hayworth is juxtaposed with the painting Arthur Bannister (as played by Gilles Deleuze), which portrays a man in a grey overcoat and felt hat standing between two mirrors. His peculiar resemblance to Arthur Bannister conceals the portrait of Gilles Deleuze, the philosopher who theorized the idea of the crystal-image, demonstrating it through the cinema of Orson Welles."