.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
The grace of movement...
Freed of her veils, Salome can at last allow her body to express itself through the grace of movement.
Her twisted, disjointed anatomy lacerates the sky in every direction.
She stretches out, reaching towards a purely formal rhythm without impairing the embodiment of placidity.
She forgets about herself, abandoning herself all the way to the end of her expressions, unveiling her voluptuousness to those who might
wish to be seduced.
As the arabesque of the contours unfolds, the curves of her arms, her legs, illustrate the interpenetration of body and space.
It is no longer a dance, but a tempest of the senses.
It is no longer voluptuousness, but a rupture.
No longer grace but ecstasy.
And yet what sweetness there is in the arabesque limbs.
The body escapes its cortex, sweat glistening between her breasts.
More will follow. The veins are pulsating, the heart is roaring.
One can hear the heart. It is a languid drum.
Salome dances, for herself and for no one else.She is her own judge and victim.
Space resides within her, the two are inseparable, united in an eternal trance.
Sweat glistening between her breasts, a shuddering of flesh.
Salome will not stop dancing.
Bronze d'art original - Date de création de l'oeuvre : 2006 - Dimensions : 77 x 40 x 43 cm