By Marques Vickers

ISBN-10: 1540776662

ISBN-13: 9781540776662

Irony and subtlety permit right satire. The shrewder and extra subversive the message, the larger the possibility will probably be misunderstood or unappreciated.

Photographer, writer and social satirist Marques Vickers has compiled a chain of comparative photographs and observation in his version “102 Satirical Photographic Ironies: refined to Subversive”. The photographic compositions are laid out to resemble modern advertisements.

This variation is an exciting and disarming visible portrayal of way of life offerings and realities that pose paradoxical contrasts. Vickers’ 3rd satirical paintings ventures into social remark and presumptive observations often taken without any consideration. His past variants targeting human phobias and obsessions.

Among the various issues of attack contain racism, sexism, nationalism, poverty, habit, privateness invasion, societal evolution, icons, vanishing idealism, extra and clichés that frequently summarize human behavior.

His succinct and infrequently biting messages provide an offbeat viewpoint to generally simplistic assumptions. His downplayed visible comparisons distinction with overt proselytizing strategies that he observes in his preface as “usually condescending, sentimentalized or just redundant”. Vickers images bargains him a platform to concentration his target past superficiality with a impressive absence of malice.

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