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Pineapple #30 and more art by Eralp Orkun Cihan

Pineapple #30, 2021

The oil painting, called Golconde, made by the surreal painter René Magritte in 1953. Golconde is one of the dilapidated cities in northern India. The name of the city, which has been the capital of two successful kingdoms, means "Source of Wealth". A destroyed kingdom room is tried to be revived in this work. Pineapple is a harsh criticism of the traditional isolation of individuality. Pineapple Rain as a surreal composition that rains from the sky here, just like the Golconda of Magritte's man figures.

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