“Skeletons in the closet” is a long-term project started by the artist who questions the dark side of museums: that is their “backstage areas”, and in particular the warehouses, the basements and the storage rooms inaccessible to the public. This series of photographs originates from a personal experience lived by the artist at the museum of natural history: “It all started on a night during which I managed to see a glimpse of the museum of natural history through the cellar window: a desk with a table, a computer, some shelves, and an antelope soft toy.”
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