Gadget in the past

Modern society is buried in their smartphones and tablets. The creators of the art series Art x Smart mocks universal gadzhetizatsiey our lives, putting smartphones and tablets in the hands of the heroes of classical paintings. These works are designed to help rethink attitudes to modern technology, ridicule craze gadgets.

"When you see a beautiful landscape" (based on the painting "Wanderer above the Sea of ​​Fog" by Caspar David Friedrich, 1818)

"His room" (based on the painting "Bedroom in Arles" Vincent van Gogh, 1888)

"For breakfast" (based on the painting "Luncheon on the Grass" by Edouard Manet, 1863)

Left - "Family Meeting" (based on the painting "The Balcony" Eduard Manet, 1862). Right - "Cafe" (based on the painting "Absinthe" by Edgar Degas, 1876)

Left - "Muli-Touch Zoom" (based on the painting "Ancient Days" by William Blake). Right - "Do not take the iPad to the bathroom" (based on the painting "Death of Marat" by Jacques Louis David)

"The news of the abduction on Facebook» (on the motif of the painting "Above the City" by Marc Chagall, 1914 - 1918.)

Left - "Music for Sleep" (based on the painting "The Dream" by Pablo Picasso, 1932). Right - "Scream" (based on the eponymous painting by Edvard Munch, 1893)

"Always in my hands" (based on the painting "In the Conservatory" Edouard Manet, 1978-79.)

"Sunday Afternoon" (based on the eponymous painting by Georges-Pierre Seurat, 1884-86 gg.)

"Her Mirror" (inspired by the painting "Venus with a Mirror" Diego Velazquez, 1647 - 1651 gg.)

"The Card Players" (based on the eponymous painting by Paul Cezanne, 1894-1895.)

"Girl with Earring and iPhone» (based on the painting "Girl with a Pearl Earring" by Jan Vermeera, c. 1665)



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