Surrealism Art: Human Nature Evolution by Monsieur Plant


Surrealism Art: Human Nature Evolution by Monsieur Plant

Surrealism art by Monsieur Plant, that´s what we are going to find out today.

Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the 1920s in France and is known for its visual artworks. Artists painted illogical scenes with such precision that chock the others, they created a world of the strange, strange creatures, strange objects.

The purpose was to “resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality into an absolute reality, a super-reality”, so the surrealism art was created.

Surrealism art works the element of surprise, and what is most surprising then trees that have the human form?

Nature and man were merged to become “Human Nature“, an art installation representing the land artist Christophe Guinet famous by the name of Monsieur Plant that has created the surrealistic nature inspired “Human Nature”.

In the artist works we see man-tree hybrid in a camp, like an open-air showroom where they emerge like the evolution of men and tree.

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In the camp area, the artist narrates an absorption of human rights by nature. He presents us with 5 art installations: serenity, calm and quiet, the way, that leads us in the right path, patience, it will show us how to wait calmly, creation, with its power of regeneration and contemplation that show us the meditative state of rest.

The artist was in love with and by nature, especially the cultivation of orchids, attracted by their exacting needs and rewarded by the beauty and the delicacy of their flowers.

And later, his tastes look in other directions such street art, modern art, contemporary art, demonstrated in the inclusion of Nike shoes in the installation, showing to the viewers the artist personality.

The artist with his surrealism art also has the aim of showing the world, the worried about industrialisation, manipulation and how human thought has changed over time.

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