Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People

Many artists like to play with food. However, Parisian contemporary artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard does a little more than that. She actually places real fish from her fish monger on doll parts to recreate, amuse, and in a way, criticize/satirize aspects of human society.

Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People

In this ongoing project, known as Les Temps Modernes (translated as Modern Times), Becker-Echivard tries to use her whimsical photos to reflect social and political issues with a sense of humor.

Of her work, Dr. Didier Rouzeyrol poeticizes:

The fish of acbe do not look at the ground.
They play there. They play. They play with us.
They place us into these pieces.
Parts in an act, in a photograph.

Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People
Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People
Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People

Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People
Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People
Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People
Scenes Created with Real Fish Head to Satirize Everyday Life of People

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