Is Art imitating photography too?
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I just had to post the image with my question because it is truly amazing to find high-technlogical advancements make it possible for photography to imitate art; and then I came across the recent ManilArt - Asia's Latest Contemporary Art Fair; and found this one by an amazing artist: EJ Cabangon's "Bull Ride" acrylic on canvas. I did not waste time to take a photograph of this awe-inspiring piece. I checked the result of the shot and compared it to the actual artwork and found I could not tell the difference, and now I wonder too if anyone for that matter could.
I had to touch the canvas more than once to be sure it was acrylic...I am certain photomasters here can replicate the art here in photography with equal aplomb...
Also by Alicia Bernal
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