For his first exhibition at the Galerie VU’, Nicolas Comment presents Mexico City Waltz. The series is inspired by three texts: Jack Kerouac’s Tristessa, Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano, and Antonin Artaud’s Voyage au pays des Tarahumaras. These texts served Comment as keys to the city. Although he set out following in the footsteps of these authors, he eventually found his own way, creating a visual and subjective poem about Mexico today.
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