Flemish And Dutch Classic Paintings Recreated With Packing Material [Pics]
Photographer Suzanne Jongmans creates 'foam sculptures' inspired by 16th and 17th century paintings, made from material often discarded after use.
Photographer Suzanne Jongmans‘ ‘foam sculptures’ series was inspired by 16th and 17th century Flemish and Dutch “Golden Age” paintings. Her photographs feature costumes made from foreign materials, which are used for packaging and then usually thrown away. This creates a tension as past elements are recreated in the present with unexpected material for new photographic works.
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