Tristan Pigott’s Paintings Examine Vanity

by Victoria Casal-DataPosted on

Tristan Pigott’s somewhat-eerie portraits and landscapes explore the contemporary human condition. His paintings, though bizarre in their nature, show a realistic point of view. He has an interest in mocking people’s obsession with perfectionism, particularly focusing on contemporary society’s obsession with fashion and self-image. The ambiguity of Tristan’s works allows viewers to spend time working out the different connotations of these narratives. See more of his work below.

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