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Blanch colombe

Photo: Hervé Goluza

Blanch colombe

By Alexandra D'Arnoux
La Tribune & Moi, June 2011

“…American artist Beth Katleman opens the door onto a fantastic universe which, beneath its apparent naivete – exaggerated by the use of pure white, symbol of innocence – reveals a subtly subversive fairy-tale…We loll in our enchantment, a hundred leagues from reality. One thinks of Watteau, Boucher, Fragonard, garden swings and a thousand and one dejeuners surl’herbe.”

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