Bigger than Jesus
- 406mm x 508 mm (16" x 20")
- Fine Art Giclée Print, Acrylic on Wooden Board.
- Original Artwork
- Ready to hang
A defaced Fine Art Giclée Print mounted on a wooden board, pays homage to Andy Warhol's iconic style while simultaneously challenging the overinflated values attributed to art in our capitalist society. This piece, featuring my own original composition, serves as a subtle critique of the elitism prevalent in the art world and the unwarranted hype surrounding certain artists.
In a world where artwork sells for astronomical prices, far beyond the means of most individuals, this piece from my Anti-Art Collection prompts viewers to critically examine their appreciation of art. I encourage viewers to question, rather than blindly accept, an artist's fame and success. What is the true worth and value of an artist's work?
In my ongoing Anti-Art Collection, I infuse each piece with wit, sarcasm, and thought-provocation, and explore the complexities of the art world and its societal implications.