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Camille Vivier


As a starting point, I take two classical subjects recurrent in the history of art, fraught with memory and allusions: the nude and still lifes. The result is a strange and contrary alliance that raises questions about the relationship between nature and artifice, between body and object. But it also raises questions about desire and the persistence of a gaze, which, through “the photographic effect” (framing, posing, light, shapes) places itself on the side of artifice, trouble and intrigue.

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