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"Diet" is a 1 meter x 1 meter painting that presents a surrealist arrangement of objects and symbols. The composition is divided into three main elements: a bottle of Coke on the left, a fish emerging from the word "Diet" on the right, and a central grouping of a vase and a skull with a large X on it. The skull is the focal point of the painting, as it appears to be the source of arms that embrace the other elements in the scene. The background of the painting features an incomplete text that reads "this is life." As viewers look at the painting, they may notice that the use of the Coke bottle and the word "Diet" serves as a metaphor for the information and content we consume on a daily basis. The inclusion of the vase and the skull alludes to themes of mortality and the impermanence of material possessions. The X on the skull could be interpreted as a symbol of death or a warning against temptation, adding an ominous undertone to the painting. The incomplete text in the background adds to the sense of mystery and intrigue surrounding the painting's meaning. Overall, "Diet" is a thought-provoking work that invites viewers to consider the relationship between the information we consume, mortality, and the meaning of life.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Customs:Shipments from Spain may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
Born in Buenos Aires in 1976 and now based in Spain, Diego Tirigall grew up in a family of antique dealers and art restorers, instilling in him a deep respect for art from a young age. A self-taught artist, Tirigall has developed a unique style that blends elements of neo-expressionism, art brut, and street art. His work is characterized by bold primary colors and a knack for deconstructing pop culture, offering a critique of modern life without dwelling on its darker aspects. Tirigall's art aims to activate critical reflection in the viewer, challenging them to decode and engage in meaningful debate on current issues like financial decentralization and screen addiction.
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