Opening: October 3 at 6 pm.
Exhibition runs through October 14
The Art Gallery at One Gateway
Once upon a time… there was a country ruled by ‘Queens’ whose images were colored by stories told to the people by one thousand and one opinion makers. ‘Informed’ on the same subject by various tales, there were distortions and contradictions about the state of the economy, global warming, villains were no longer villains, saints became sinners, love became hate. It was a time of great confusion as it was impossible to decipher truth from fantasy. This phenomenon was present throughout the kingdom… well, one had to distinguish the wheat from the chaff and thus filter the impartial and authentic and set aside the most sensational news – what distorted ‘Queens’!
It was a source of unrestrained strength set by all means eager to achieve goals and attract larger audiences – they set out to please the greeks and the trojans…
People thus lived in this wonderland, with a single light resulting in the joyful encounter between the huge Atlantic and the brilliance of the sun. A country where the surreal kissed the bizarre on the lips, where the improbable embraced the unlikely, where lascivious brushed political correctness, where untruth smiled at decadence, where the unusual flirted with incongruity…