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Renaissance people in the present days: funny anachronic sculptures by Gerard Mas

What if people of the Renaissance had some behavioral traits of contemporary pop culture? Barcelona, Spain-based artist Gerard Mas has the answer. His realistic marble sculptures of people with fourteenth-century aesthetic portray this funny and hypothetical scenery.

I thought about the millions of attitudes and situations that old artworks couldn’t capture because they were simply inappropriate for a lady in the 15th century. I decided to try to do it in an old media and style. It was something like an invented old art. After that, the anachronisms came and pop elements, too, as a natural evolution.

Gerard Mas via Vice

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