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Société des Arts de Genève

March 6 – April 4, 2020

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Voyez l’Hiver: ce champignon entre les lèvres semble un organe hypertrophié, cancéreux, hideux: je vois le visage d’un homme qui vient de mourir, une poire d’angoisse enfoncée jusqu’à l’asphyxie dans la bouche.*
A fleshy allegory of decay has fallen from mannerism. It has been used so often over the centuries that has lost its plumpness, aged poorly and lays now drained and ailing (sfruttata, neither the fruit nor the parable are left).

You might want to check on this, a pear of anguish, a cherry of anxiety. Some fruit pits are so small they can accidentally be swallowed; the instrument must be proportional to the player.
Look at Summer: Memories of a scene that got stuck on the lenses and crystalized right before the eyeballs. The reddened eyes turn out to be small cherry-peaches in a flyer of Pacha.

*R. Barthes Arcimboldo ou Rhétoriqueur et magician, 1982

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CREDITS
Photos by Greg Clement

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Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin
LA MAISON DE RENDEZ-VOUS, Brussels
Various Small Fires, Seoul
Sadie Coles HQ, London
Peres Projects, Berlin
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Lulu, Mexico City
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