The exhibition "Presque (déjà) mort" presents the work of six artists: Michel le Belhomme, Éric Pougeau, Rodolphe Cintorino, Christine Boillat, Yasmine Blum, and Pédro. For artistic director Aurélie Moins, the title of the exhibition—literally, “Almost (Already) Dead”—is a reference to a time when she was looking back on her career path. She saw everything that had nourished her had also somehow destroyed her. The exhibition brings together several artists whose works show both the thieves from without and the thieves from within.
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