Half-buried, half hidden, the woman who appears in the joint work of France Dubois and Tamar Kasparian questions and upsets. For this exhibition, they have invented a new language, hybrid and poetic, composing paintings in which photography and drawing merge to shape a new material, both mineral and vegetable. You can almost hear the sound of the leaves crunching on the ground, the rock cracking, the bark crumbling, the nature becomes the protective envelope that offers this woman that we can perceive, a cocoon to grow, to moult, to scream, to suffer or to be reborn. The superimposition of photographic...
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