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MC Garbage

Pop and committed artist, MC Garbage makes paintings from photographs of garbage cans found in the streets of the world. Real modern landscapes, its paintings are snapshots of our life and reveal the futility of our society. & Nbsp; a criticism of the consumer society in April 1975, Mc Garbage lives and works in Brussels. The artist performs realistic paintings which actually denounce the latent problems linked to our lifestyle. Has works, illustrating full trash cans, waste and symbols of pop culture, present themselves as a criticism of the excesses and contradictions of our Société.labo inspired by popular imaging, certain works by the artist, illustrating in particular characters of comics, remind us of the works of the pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. & nbsp; painter of reality which questions the very essence of ArtMC Garbage wishes to show the things that we no longer see, by concealment or by habit. The waste accumulated in the city allows it to treat all kinds of forms, materials and subjects: shiny and colorful plastics, transparency of acetates, flashy aluminums, magazines covers dealing with news, various packaging, ... The artist offers us a Approach similar to hyperrealist painters, except that its version - through its mode of representation - differs in sounds and its goal. His work questions both the world of art and the society of men. What should we paint today? The word of the artist & nbsp; "My garbage paintings reflect the insatiable consumerism of our society. These are modern vanities that remind us of the famous Latin phrase "Memento Mori", "remember that you will die". & Nbsp; beyond the beauty of this waste appears a raw reality: we are all going to end like cans of soda, to rebuild! By effective effect, I would like the spectator to find art on every street corner by remembering my work and remembers the brevity of life by meditating on the meaning of its existence ... " - Mc Garbage

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