Felice Varini, the Cardiff Bay barage, Art, and Mona Lisa

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I remember falling in love with some of French artist Felice Varini‘s parking garage “paintings” when I was younger and really into photographing geometric shapes, angles, and concrete. My brain will always have an affinity toward that aesthetic, and to Varini’s “anamorphic illusions” on the whole. This is the newest implementation of his art at the Cardiff Bay barrage on the Bristol channel.
Art critic Joël Koskas once said that “A work of Varini is an anti-Mona Lisa.” I think I like that idea

See all the photos from BBC here.

[via Raw Stylus]

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2 responses to “Felice Varini, the Cardiff Bay barage, Art, and Mona Lisa

  1. scheisse

  2. versteh’ ich nich’

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