In reality, not all endings are happy. But in the world of Disney, you can count on things sorting themselves out–until now.
Despite the overall appreciation for an ultimate resolve, movies like Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Winnie the Pooh somehow lets real life off the hook. Based in New York City, artist Jeff Hong’s Unhappily Ever After incorporates real life truths with Disney fantasy.
These pieces are not pot shots, Hong insists that he is in fact a fan of Disney films. He is merely using the characters to create a brand of conceptual irony, thus driving his point home even further.
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