A certain fragility – Can creation be statisfied to be virtual? And for how long? What if this virus stays in the air? What if we don’t find a cure? (It has happened before, ask your LGBT friends around who have been living with HIV for … 30 years?). Large exhibitions, museums, must close, too many people come together from all over the world. But small places, galleries, artists’ studios? Is it more dangerous to watch works at two or three than to go to the bakery ? While respecting the essential instructions. For my part after having offered passers-by...
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