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  • Specificaties
    Formaat

    24,5 x 30,5 cm

    Tentoonstelling

    10 februari t/m 9 juni 2024

    Vormgeving

    Mainstudio

    Aantal pagina's

    128

    Auteurs

    Bijzonderheden

    In samenwerking met Centraal Museum

    Illustraties

    Circa 70 afbeeldingen in kleur

    ISBN

    9789462586192

    Jaar

    2024

    Taal

    Nederlands, Engels

    Uitvoering

    Gebonden

  • Photorealist paintings are deceptively real. They depict everyday scenes, often life-size, meticulously painted from a photo. In the late 1960s, this style was a way for a generation of artists in the United States to rebel against the dominance of abstract art.

    But their paintings are more than just clever copies. These artists were among the first to ask questions about the growing influence of visual culture on society. But what stories lie behind their apparently carefree imagery? After all, for some artists, working from a photograph went hand in hand with a feminist perspective, a social message or Black representation. And how do contemporary artists deploy this visual language? In Focus: A Closer Look at Photorealism invites you to be seduced by the ‘lifelike’ images but also to look critically.


Specificaties
Formaat

24,5 x 30,5 cm

Tentoonstelling

10 februari t/m 9 juni 2024

Vormgeving

Mainstudio

Aantal pagina's

128

Auteurs

Bijzonderheden

In samenwerking met Centraal Museum

Illustraties

Circa 70 afbeeldingen in kleur

ISBN

9789462586192

Jaar

2024

Taal

Nederlands, Engels

Uitvoering

Gebonden


In het kort

Photorealist paintings are deceptively real. They depict everyday scenes, often life-size, meticulously painted from a photo. In the late 1960s, this style was a way for a generation of artists in the United States to rebel against the dominance of abstract art.