8 July 2011 - Short Message
Art-video: artist Thierry Alet explains his sculpture 'Blood' (2011)
'Blood' is inspired by the idea to keep the remembrance of history alive even when people and the world have changed. The sculpture 'Blood' by the 1965 in the Caribbean (Martinique) born, now in New York/Guadeloupe living artist Thierry Alet is exhibited since 10 June until today in the Orangerie du Senat in Paris in the group exhibition 'Outre-Mer Art Contemporain' (Overseas Contemporary Art), organised by the Martinique based Fondation Clément, together with 21 other artists from Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique and Reunion fondation-clement.org/martinique/57_oma-outre-mer-art-contemporain.
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