The Secret Lives of Fish is a selection of art works from the French photographer Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard who takes the heads of fish and even the tentacles of octopuses and creates rather strange and surreal situations.
From doctor fish to factory workers and fish protesters - the artists says the funny scenarios are created using fresh fish picked up at the market, adding: "“It is the perfect recycling of art. Nothing is left over, and I can live from it”.
This is because she also eats the fish once she has staged her comical scenarios. The idea reminds us of the work of Peter Pink who takes potatoes and rearranges them in everyday situations from sunbathing to protesting.
Here's a selection of Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard's work.
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