Monday, March 8, 2010


Two constituents of society face each other: on the one hand the creative artists who are little known, rejected, too far out of step with a society that has trouble accepting innovation; and on the other hand the media-hyped Neo-borrowers who dilute creation with an amalgam blended of true creation and of retarded familiar forms. These Neos reflect the contributions of the creative artists through the bias of fashion, making them easier to assimilate for people who are more particularly preoccupied with the superficiality of things; then long after, they take the innovations back into their account and hide the unique creators of these new forms and pass themselves off as the ones who made these contributions.


Entassement - 1966 (encre de chine sur toile) 35 x 27 cm

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