In Valence, an exhibition offers a reinterpretation of French filmmaker Henri-Georges Clouzot’s work by thirteen contemporary artists. Paintings, installations, silkscreen prints, photographs, graphic novels, and videos are inspired by major themes of the great filmmaker, like mystery, darkness, jealousy, fatal love, and madness. For this exhibition, thirteen artists, coming from different backgrounds, took up the challenge: give a “sequel” to...
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