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The gaze of Hyperrealism is amazingly realistic.
Hyperrealist gazes objectively and subtly tracks moments of daily life, and presents a lively portrait of a variety of attitudes and modes that are immanent in our lives. The realistic expressions, which exceed even photographs in their verisimilitude, show slices of reality, and the ideals and internalities that move about within it, and retrace the meanings beyond. Therefore, hyperrealism is also called photorealism, or superrealism.
Adam Beane | Carole A. Feuerman | Christopher David White | Diego Koi | Eloy M. Ramiro
Jeff Bartels | Marc Dennis | Marc Sijan | Marta Penter | Pablo J. Ruiz | Robin Eley