Works by Claudio Roncoli
Argentinean artist Claudio presents satirical views of Utopia — be it Maoist propaganda or Western consumerism from the 50s. Someone is trying to convince us of something, and Roncoli’s social commentary on that ‘acquired’ happiness takes the form of computer rendered photo collages that are then painted. The works combine both digital media, photography and painting but he also does interventions on objects, typically icons of consumer goods, turning everyday objects into stories.
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