(Argentine, b. 1957)
Overall: 104 x 78.6 cm (40 15/16 x 30 15/16 in.)
Gift of RES 2019.157
This photograph is based on the painting Two Children Eating Grapes and a Melon, 1645-46, by Esteban Murillo.
Instead of two male urchins in rags surrounded by glistening fruit, Carne presents a girl and boy sitting amid bloody hunks of raw meat. The rear legs and tail of an armadillo stick out of a basket in the left foreground. Stolkiner, known as RES, has remarked that in Argentina, one eats meat, not fruit.
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