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Copy of Yasumasa Morimura
Transcript of Copy of Yasumasa Morimura
someone else. He not only does digital photography, but spends a lot of his process re
creating an environment with different makeup, costumes and props. In his most recent and most extravagant reproduction, Morimura created a series of hybrid self-portraits modeled after the art of Frida Kahlo. Yasumasa Morimura has taken the figure of Marilyn Monroe and inserted his face into it. She is wearing a black and white dress and has blond hair and a beauty mark. The only difference is the face. Art Criticism: Desciption Step 2: Analyze In this photo the elements that are used are: line, value, contrast, and texture. The principles used are: balance. Morimura expresses
himself through recreating
iconic images and intrigues
people by stirring up
controversy. Step 3: Interpret Step 4: Judgement We think that this piece of artwork is very interesting and slightly strange. Morimura most definitely gets his message across by crossing controversial artistic boundaries. Self-Portrait - After Marilyn Monroe
gelatin silver prints
44 x 34.5 cm Yasumasa Morimura, 2008
Vermeer Study: Looking Back (Mirror), C-print on canvas
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