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Edition of 8 - All sizes included | 4 in S, 3 in M and single print in L

40 x 60 cm (17.7 x 23.5”)
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Edition of this artwork
Edition of 8 - All sizes included | 4 in S, 3 in M and single print in L

Type of print
Fine art print on baryta paper

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Certificate of Authenticity
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Year of Creation

Fine Art Artist
Mathilde Oscar




Dystopia by Mathilde Oscar delves into the intricate connection among nature, insects, and humanity, shedding light on the delicate equilibrium of our planet. As bees teeter on the brink of extinction due to human intervention, Oscar's artwork urges us to ponder the trajectory of our cohabitation. Despite their small stature, insects, with a biomass 300 times larger than humans, evoke a curious blend of awe and trepidation.

Can coexistence between species thrive, or are we fated to succumb to insect dominance? Through a visually arresting depiction of a rococo-infused post-apocalyptic realm, Oscar prompts contemplation on these existential queries. The arresting imagery, blurring the boundary between allure and revulsion, challenges conventional ideals of flawlessness and imperfection.

This evocative interplay inspires a gamut of emotions, from admiration to disquiet, prompting viewers to confront their apprehensions, potentially even making peace with entomophobia. Initially mistaken for paintings, the photographs reveal themselves to be crafted from tangible flesh and blood. Within this surreal narrative, human and insect queens coexist, sparking reflection on the intersections of weird art, beauty, grotesqueness, fiction, and reality.

Mathilde Oscar

Mathilde Oscar

Mathilde Oscar, born in Paris in 1980 and currently residing in Cannes, is a versatile artist whose journey blends painting, art history, graphic design, and photography into a unique visual language.

Starting with painting, she delved deep into creativity and art history, gaining insights from classic masters. Transitioning to graphic design, she mastered shapes and compositions, laying the groundwork for her subsequent exploration of photography in 2013.

Her photographs exude a painterly quality, often featuring meticulously crafted sets and costumes, blending classical painting with modern photography and pop culture. Her portraits defy conventions, infused with humor and subtle nods to art history, creating timeless and iconic imagery.

In essence, Mathilde Oscar breaks artistic barriers, merging past and present to craft a captivating artistic universe.

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