When he selected the title “Modern Life”, Hayward Gallery director Ralph Rugoff, artistic director of this year’s Biennale de Lyon, wanted artists to question the essence of our era and the links it retains with the past.
According to Rugoff, “Daniel Naudé’s striking portraits of wild and domestic animals in Africa and India haunt the exhibition like icons of a future where many species will have disappeared”.
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