Amin El Dib follows the very unique way of the brutal deconstruction of his images. This is followed by a conciliatory restructuration. The images produced in this way are almost painful, both to the retina and to our innermost sensibilities. He captures the transient and short-lived nature of being. Accompanying the exhibition is a catalogue published by Collection Regard with a text by Franziska...
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