Vegetable Museum in Paris-Beijing Photo Gallery

JuDuoQi is a Chinese Designer. Her newest work “Vegetable Museum” is exhibited in Paris-Beijing Photo Gallery which is founded by Flore Sassigneux and Romain Degoul with the strong will to create the first space in China dedicated exclusively to modern and contemporary world photography.

In The Vegetal Museum series, she revisits in a stunning way some masterpieces of the western painting. Making use of vegetables and food of China’s everyday life – tofu, cabbage, ginger, lotus roots, coriander, sweet potato… – and through digital manipulation, she presents a puzzling series of vegetable compositions representing world famous paintings like Mona Lisa, The Cene by Leonard Da Vinci, The Dream by Pablo Picasso or Marilyn Monroe by Warhol.


The Vegetable Museum
Napoleon on Potatos


The Vegetable Museum
Liberty Leading the Vegetables
The Vegetable Museum
The Raft of the Lotus Roots

The Vegetable Museum
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Pickled Cabbage

The Vegetable Museum
The Third of May 2008

The Vegetable Museum
The Last Supper with the Gingermen

The Vegetable Museum
Mona Tofu

The Vegetable Museum
Cabbage Monroe

The Vegetable Museum
The Birth of the Gingerman

The Vegetable Museum
The Birthday of the Eggplants

The Vegetable Museum
The Dream of the Tofu

The Vegetable Museum
Van Gogh made of Leek

The Vegetable Museum
The Sleeping Taroman

The Vegetable Museum
The Birth of the Radish

 

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