Surreal photography of giant heads inside famous art exhibition spaces


These weird photos from Georgian artist Tezi Gabunia’s interactive project “Falsification” ain’t Photoshopped. Using PVC, plexiglass, wooden paper, and two-component glue, the artist designs and laser cuts scaled models of world’s famous art venues like The Louvre, Tate Modern, Saatchi Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, etc, and takes pictures of people’s portraits inside art galleries. The purposes of the project is to trigger a dialogue about hyper-realistic issues in art.

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