Ze Diogo and Diamantino Jesus
The symbolic reinterpretations of mythological imaginary, Christian iconography, a juxtaposition of literature and art history, are linked to a proposed contemporary artistic and subversive manipulation, steeped in satire, humor, bizarre, parody, with references to “Camp”, Pop, “Kitsch” and surrealism, the “aestheticism” representation itself and the sarcastic identity of the postmodern anachronisms.
Digital Photography artistically touched up.
Within the context historiography of art, the use of photography, and more specifically, touching up photographs, is nothing new.
We do however aim to innovate somewhat, in terms of the themes on which our work is based.
While some of our work can be seen as satirical in a globalized world, yet still full of differences, other examples can be seen as purely scenic, to be contemplated at will.
If some shout out against discrimination, at the same time they pay indelible homage to beauty.