Clark and Pougnaud: The red chair, 2014 Pigment print on Fine Art paper, embossed in the lower margin. Shadow box stained white. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artists. 100×75 cm / Edition of 5 + 2 EA About the work This series, whose title is that of a song by Duke Ellington, is a story of withdrawal, distance, exoticism, languor. If it was a perfume, it would be a mixture of patchouli, jasmine and rose. It is also a research on color, the body and still life. The places and the settings have been refined...
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