Fashion + Art !! Lady Gaga’s Meat Dress Covers Vogue Hommes Japan
Fashion copy Art !! ,Lady GaGa’s meat dress cover for Vogue Hommes Japan , Not so Fresh!! Here are some of the contemporary artists who use meat in their works from the 70′s to now .
Sterbak is a Montreal artist who integrates objects, film and video into her installations. She is perhaps best known in Canada for her work entitled Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic . Better known as the “meat dress,” the piece consisted of 50 pounds of flank steak stitched together and hung on a plastic mannequin to rot. The meat dress sparked a lively debate across Canada about the nature and value of art when it was unveiled at the National Gallery in 1987.
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Jana Sterbak’s ‘Vanitas: Flesh Dress for an Albino Anorectic’, made in 1987 from around fifty pounds of raw steak, stitched together and hung over a mannequin
Tania Bruguera’s The Burden of Guilt
Chinese artist Zhang Huan’s performance from the 2002 Whitney Biennial, My New York
photo by Michelle Nolan
Helmut Newton – jerry hall vogue usa paris 74
Helen Chadwick, Enfleshings 1989
Victoria Reynolds Down the Primrose Path, 2003