Lluis Barba, ‘The Haywain, Triptych, Hieronymus Bosch ’, 2009, Photography, Diasec - Photo on Plexiglass, Aldo Castillo Gallery
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Lluis Barba

The Haywain, Triptych, Hieronymus Bosch , 2009

Diasec - Photo on Plexiglass
78 7/10 × 53 1/10 in
200 × 135 cm
Edition of 1 of 6
.
€19,500
Location
Naples, Estero
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Travelers in Time
Lluis Barba
Spanish, b. 1952
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Lluis Barba’s epic, digitally manipulated images juxtapose iconic paintings from art history with photographs of modern tourists, celebrities, spectators of varied economic background, and appropriated advertising imagery. They critique the collusion between art, wealth, and glamor, particularly in the context of museum and gallery spaces. “I get elements of a reality out of context in order to put them in another reality,” he has said. “I use irony and implicit messages in the works such as the global integration of our society. I incorporate the bar code tattoo like a symbol of lost identity, alienation, and massive consumerism.”

Lluis Barba, ‘The Haywain, Triptych, Hieronymus Bosch ’, 2009, Photography, Diasec - Photo on Plexiglass, Aldo Castillo Gallery
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About the work
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Series
Travelers in Time
Lluis Barba
Spanish, b. 1952
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Lluis Barba’s epic, digitally manipulated images juxtapose iconic paintings from art history with photographs of modern tourists, celebrities, spectators of varied economic background, and appropriated advertising imagery. They critique the collusion between art, wealth, and glamor, particularly in the context of museum and gallery spaces. “I get elements of a reality out of context in order to put them in another reality,” he has said. “I use irony and implicit messages in the works such as the global integration of our society. I incorporate the bar code tattoo like a symbol of lost identity, alienation, and massive consumerism.”

Lluis Barba

The Haywain, Triptych, Hieronymus Bosch , 2009

Diasec - Photo on Plexiglass
78 7/10 × 53 1/10 in
200 × 135 cm
Edition of 1 of 6
.
€19,500
Location
Naples, Estero
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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