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hyperreality

‘the world of self-referential signs’ – ‘the new linguistic condition of society’, according to BAUDRILLARD, in which the alleged ‘real’ is no more real than the thing which feigns it.
Collins Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2000
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I didn't even know hyperrealism was possible till I was told about Harinze Art.
"His work can be classified as New Figurative Painting, which is slightly different from Western hyperrealism. Park portrays the reasons beyond what we see," the director said.
From abstract, landscape, still life, concept, photorealism to hyperrealism -- the gallery has a variety of options to choose from.
* Offensive Realism (or Hyperrealism, also dubbed, the Subedar) strategy, which rejects both the liberal and neoliberal approaches as strategies of the weak that won't work, and holds instead that India should be strong militarily, deny the region to the great powers, and be aggressive militarily to take the fight to Pakistan to secure its acceptance of a subsidiary position.
Developing an irreverent and disorienting practice, linked only in part to the example of the Duchampian readymade, or to the reconsideration of objects effected by Pop art and hyperrealism, Steinbach chooses, repositions, and thereby embellishes objects, activating a complex mechanism of associations and connections that reveals their anthropological and semantic abundance.
She said that she is still developing her style but would like to explore hyperrealism which is a genre of painting and sculpture resembling a high-resolution photograph.
To achieve this hyperrealism, the developers of the game attended a live-fire exercise at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty-Nine Palms.
Fancy thus alleviates and abstracts the shocking hyperrealism of the prospect presented to the naked eye.
Open till May 21, Exhibition Hyperrealism. Movement Manifestations in Latvia, Arsenals Exhibition Hall, Riga
(12) Zupancic likes to toy with various dramatic techniques and styles, from hyperrealism to mysteries and thrillers, from a straightforward depiction of reality to the absurd but also the strangely poetic.
And would the additional resolution result in harsh images and a hyperrealism that some thought would destroy the magic of cinema?
The hyperrealism of Jover's first movie is reminiscent of his screenwriting work with legendary Brillante Mendoza, a celebrated director not only in his country but in France as well.