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August 30, 2016 AT 2:00 pm

Artist Creates Voyeuristic Paintings of Real Museum Patrons Lost in the Beauty of Fine Art #ArtTuesday

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We love how this work from Karin Jurick is both meta and intimate at the same time.

Write-up from My Modern Met.

Jurick’s concept has her recreate some of the world’s most renowned paintings like Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss and Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night. These prized works are treated with the same attention to detail as the passerbys, whose attitudes are the most compelling part of Museum Patrons. Their body language demonstrates how they prefer to observe the art, and everyone has a slightly different style. Some lean into the paintings, trying to soak up every detail. Others look with their arms on their hips and head cocked, trying to discern what the piece means. Some simply look bored.

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