Victoria Reynolds’ Evocative Paintings of Flesh

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Victoria Reynolds’ oil paintings and drawings of raw meat deconstruct the idea of preparing flesh for the purpose of consumption. The meats stop being pieces of meat and become biological masses, alluring in their regular, almost crystal-like structure. The works elicit a visceral reaction of disgust, but after the initial shock, they pull the viewer in for a closer inspection of their meticulously painted details.

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