Tamara Kostianovsky
After Goya

Responding to the tradition of still-life painting, Kostianovsky creates a three-dimensional sculptural representation of the butcher shop scene in Francisco de Goya’s 1808 painting “Bodegón con costillas y cabeza de cordero.” The sculpture, made of recycled clothing, creates a dialogue about issues related to food, bounty, and excess.

 

Tamara Kostianovsky, After Goya.

Francisco de Goya, Bodegón con costillas y cabeza de cordero, 1808.


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