Photographer's Note

Pushing a door is not an innocent act. Especially in an art show.
It may lead you to a walk-in closet or a tiny stockroom, equivalent to a back shop, where the exhibitor put his coat, stored a few paintings for future use, or even stashed some slush fund, who knows?
Or you may step into a dazzling cabinet of curiosities, filled not with extraordinary finds - like oyster pearls still attached to the shell, fossils, mandragores grown from the sperm of a hanged criminal, stuffed dodos, a two-headed fetus preserved in a jar of formalin or the authentic skull of William Shakespeare aged 7 - but with art works kept apart for selected costumers only. The crème de la crème, in a way...
And, please, don't worry about the forty thieves barging in and reclaiming what's due to them: they are far too many to fit inside! ;-)

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above ground ‹- you are HERE! -› underground travel

(Contemporary art international fair)

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Viewed: 2007
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Additional Photos by Dominique Monrocq (dom_inik_m) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 215 W: 131 N: 469] (1717)
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