Magritte’s mirrors During a class visit to the René Magritte exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris, a kid laughed “He is mad, this guy!” And started to build his imaginary world from one of the paintings. This moment of life suggested this series. The universe of dreams that Magritte has managed to translate through his paintings is truly a mine of inspiration for each of us. His betrayal of the meaning of things by symbols invites us to borrow his traces and to shake up our vision. His snapshots of the impossible therefore made me want to build images...
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