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Ianastasija Omoore
Ianastasija Omoore


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the exhibition was mounted in september/october 2018 at the museum of contemporary art in zwolle and in spring 2019 at the museum voor vreemde kunsten in utrecht. the exhibition has already been shown for three years in the museum voor vreemde kunsten in antwerp from july to december 2018. the museum voor vreemde kunsten in utrecht and the museum of contemporary art in zwolle have also displayed the artist's work in the past.

on november 18, 2018, you were invited to join a small group of artisans from around the world in a workshop with the artist in her atelier in versailles. the conditions were perfect for experimentation: three months of light and space, the presence of the king himself, a young architect, some of the leading experts in fabrication and woodwork in france, and the artist herself, who provided both the inspiration and the know-how to take the results to the next level.

chris's sense of urgency is palpable in his books. even though he realizes that artisanal production is rapidly disappearing, especially in france, chris continues to work very hard to find solutions to the disappearance of the artisanal crafts. for him, this process is complex and delicate, but it is also exciting.

satire from the recent past has become a prominent theme in art history, and guichard's satire is no exception. the battle between historical and popular knowledge has a long tradition. the roman satirist juvenal (50-140) first appeared in the satires, and represented by his followers the most striking continuator of the tradition. it is necessary to pick out in particular two aspects of his text: the fictitious nature of its contents, and the vivacity of the style. the results of juvenal's satire are lively and interesting, because it calls the attention of the readers to contemporary developments. far from being only a critic, juvenal is also an observer of contemporary events. indeed, by writing in the first person, he puts himself in the position of his fictitious characters (aemilianus, gabinius, rufus), whom he took pleasure in punning on. it is also necessary to remember, however, that juvenal's satire can be of value to the historian only if it is related to the historical reality of which it was a part. in this regard, the monograph of jacqueline de mey and the catalog raisonné of the satires as a whole are so rich in material. from the first year of the satires onwards, the narrator insinuates that he is writing in the first person, and from then onwards, it is possible to read him as a reliable witness to the times. during the second world war, in the years 1943-45, the war correspondent jean châtelet wrote to the first person in the ecole des houches under the pseudonym "clovis." this "clovis" was a caricature of the revolutionary french reporter jean châtelet (1767-1840). this example shows that even in the eyes of the author, this diary was a parody. 3d9ccd7d82


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