.J'ÉCRIVAIS DES SILENCES
.POÉSIE DES SENS
.MOERANI, rêve céleste
.MANUTEA, l'oiseau sacré
.I kissed the summer dawn
.Florilège des Amours d'Aphrodite
EXPOSITION MUSEE RENOIR
La femme muse et modèle
A glance in the direction of Pablo Picasso|
"Art cannot but be erotic…"
(a reference to Les Demoiselles d'Avignon)
... It was the organiser of the 1916 Salon d'Antin, André Salmon, who, in order to evade the strictures of censorship, and possible legal
action, gave the painting a title that would be compatible with the prudishness of the age. The setting provides a pretext for the denuding
of women who have an asexual look, like totems. One of them holds aside a curtain, thereby making us voyeurs at this metamorphosis...
A rendezvous with...
"From the violet of the clouds to the mauve of the irises, my thoughts go ceaselessly back and forth."
Mademoiselle sleeps. And dreams.
She dreams that the man is at the threshold of her being. Just at the threshold of this vulva that longs for ephemeral forgetfulness.
Mademoiselle is not beautiful, for she is in constant metamorphosis.
Picassoed woman, when she extracts herself from the chrysalis, her muscles acquire definition.
Covered in flesh; so as to envelop, asphyxiate, and abridge every desire. Hers.
Mademoiselle. She will not go to Avignon.
Indolent, she awaits the fruit of your pleasure.
She has time. Mademoiselle.
One day, she will awaken.
Bronze d'art original - Dimensions : 38 x 22 x 16 cm