Yes, they do. Classic paintings have more fun than you! Well, at least in the photo-collages of Barry Kite. In his witty and irreverant art, Vincent Van Gogh is a hoodlum escaped from a film noir, pub hoping when not getting in trouble with the law or frolicking with the kinky Mona Lisa. Meanwhile, the Girl with the Pearl Earring is pole-dancing in adult clubs, probably in the back room of the wrestling arena where Sistine Chapel’s God is knocking Adam down. Breakdancing is raging at Le Louvre Museum, and famous figures of classic paintings are staying fit at the gym or practicing sports. They indeed need to be gorgeous, especially when they go naked in public… Which is certainly not to police’s taste, ready to put an end to the Luncheon on the grass with tazers and flex! Yes, the daily life of classic paintings is exciting, with sex, criminality and space exploration (except for the poor George Washington who has to earn his dollars). Irony and deviant humor are the weapons of Barry Kite, who is based in Daytona Beach in Florida, in his art gallery, Aberrant Art. His parodies are sometimes discussing censorship and high-brow art, but always putting a smile on your face, if not a mad laugh… And it’s good for your health.