Artist's description:

Another ode to the iconoclast french avant-garde writer Ivan Chtcheglov. The sentence is a reference to the fact that ''mélancolie'' and abuse of life brought Chtcheglov to be intern into a psychiatric institut at a very young age. He was also a bit abuse by the craziness of young Guy Ernest-Debord.

Materials used:

Acrylic, enamel and paper on canvas

Sous le joug du naufrageur ou les larmes du violon de Chtcheglov (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Benoît Tremblay from Canada

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