This not a photomontage
Charlotte Parenteau-Denoel is one of the two co-founders of the "CANNED" project.
The "CANNED" project is the result of the alliance of two French artists, Charlotte Parenteau-Denoël and Fabien Moreau (artist name "Mofart'z"). They use different means of expression (photography, silkscreen and sculpture).
Their sources of inspiration come from their personal experiences, their childhood but also from a major artistic movement of the 1960s: Pop Art.
Their intention is to produce 32 different models of cans and to "can" different subjects, inspired by the 32 prints Andy Warhol made for his "Campbell's Soup Cans" series.
Their common will is to hijack the codes and symbols of the society of over-industrialisation and overconsumption to make a mockery of them.
They are exhibited in several European galleries.
Here, Charlotte Parenteau-Denoel presents a photo of her “Omnifood” series, featuring food in a roundabout way. She denounces here the link people has with food, consumed to excess by a part of the population.
Print on coated card, 400 g.
- Charlotte Parenteau- Denoel - Canned
- Title of artwork
- Cow Cow Chanel
- Digital print
- Artist's stamp, Signed
- Image size
- 20×30 cm