Hyperrealistic paintings of greasy hamburgers by conceptual artist Mike Bouchet

Apr 15, 2015Art1 comment

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Hyperrealistic paintings of greasy hamburgers by conceptual artist Mike Bouchet.
Using a variety of media, his works walk the line between art and life, fantasy and reality, often creating confusion between these categories on purpose. Projects such as Canburger (2007) in which Bouchet had 10,000 hamburgers in golden tins produced in East Germany or Carpe Denim (2004) in which he highlighted the insatiable consumer demand for cheap products by having his own brand of blue jeans manufactured in Colombia, loaded them into an airplane and had them dropped onto the city in which they were manufactured.


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