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bejewelled rotting fruits   the tiffany project by luciana rondolini
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feb 13, 2013
bejewelled rotting fruits the tiffany project by luciana rondolini


‘tiffany’ project by luciana rondolini
image courtesy the artist

 

 

through bejewelling rotting fruits, argentinian artist luciana rondolini interrogates and explores the idea of beauty and value with a project titled ‘tiffany’.
bananas, apples and pears are encrusted with a skin of diamantes, while the decaying inner flesh is deliberately exposed – drawing parallels to real life
and the social maladies stemming from manufactured aesthetic, beauty and impersonal artificiality.

 

 


bananas, apples and pears are encrusted with a skin of diamantes
image courtesy the artist

 

 


image courtesy the artist

 

 

 

 

 


the decaying inner flesh is deliberately exposed
image courtesy the artist

 

 


image courtesy the artist

 

 


the work draws parallels to real life and the social maladies stemming from manufactured aesthetic
image courtesy the artist

 

 


illustrations accompanying the opus
image courtesy the artist

 

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