Here is the interview with Vilma Pimenoff by Sophie Bernard in the context of our coverage of the festival Circulation(s). Classical still life paintings remind us of the fleeting nature of time and our own mortality. A close look at Vilma Pimenoff’s work reveals that her still lifes are made with oilcloth.
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