In 2003, Agnès Varda installs a work on time at the 50th Biennial of Contemporary Art of Venice Patatutopia, from this leguminous which, even shriveled, sprouts again. “I had the chance to meet some heart-shaped potatoes. I kept them and watched them. I wish that those who enter this installation are full of emotions and smiles in front of the most banal and modest vegetable, the potato, and share my utopia to believe that the beauty of the world summed up in the beauty of the old potatoes help us to live and reconcile us with chaos » Agnès Varda...
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