Vit à : Paris
Everything would be different if eroticism hadn’t been more frowned upon than one’s finger entering the ear. Maybe we wouldn’t wear panties, and instead of spending evenings stuffing ourselves with pizza dough, we would have sex with people passing by. Perhaps there would be fewer distinctions between men and women and less sexual abuse. Sex would be considered a valued physical and spiritual activity to be practiced indoors, like in a gym, with mutual agreement and on a subscription, a bit like one practices yoga or badminton. Erotic drawing art fairs would be common place and included in school curriculum, because they wouldn’t be “transgressive”, but artistic and educational. In fact, the erotic art fair is one of the most natural, human and healthy things in the world; it represents the origins of love and humanity. – LQ
death salon 2 from february 13 to march 19, 2021
menudeath salon 2 curated by laurent quénéhenexhibition from february 13 to march 19, 2021
Death salon 2 – © christian berst — art brut
For its first exhibition of the 2021 season, the bridge by christian berst invites the curator Laurent Quénéhen to imagine a new iteration of his Salon de la Mort, from February 13 to March 14, 2021. While the challenges of our time and our environment put the notion of death back at the heart of the news, Laurent Quénéhen brings together 44 artists from different art movements who will deliver their own vision of death, creating large variations around Thanatos in a small cabinet of curiosities.