H O W  W O U L D  H A V E  B E E N?

R o m i n a  R e s s i a  r e v i s i t s  R e n a i s s a n c e  p a i n t i n g 

Ressia uses the aesthetic of Renaissance portraits to compare people’s behaviour in the past and in thepresent. In the images displayed below she achieves her intent by creating a clash between the overall classical aesthetic of the picture and the everyday objects she uses as props. 
“Girl wearing a Helmet”, How would have been? PART II, 2015

“Pink Dog Ballon”, How would have been PART II,
2015
                                       
“Portrait with Bubble Gum”, How would have been?, 2014











“Pop-Corn”, How would have been?, 2014





                                         “Burger”, How would have been?, 2014





“Tomato Soup”, Reincarnation of the artists, 2019