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Mirror # Narcisse
Installation view, Le Théâtre des Expositions « Répliques Japonisme » Palais des Beaux-Arts de Paris, 2021
Mirror # Narcisse (detail)
Lithographic limestone, Artificial flower (Pastel, Acrylic, Foam paper, Wire), Glass, Mirror, Plastic. 2021
Dimension of the glass box: 20 x 40 x 40 cm

Exhibition view : Le Théâtre des Expositions « Répliques Japonisme » Palais des Beaux-Arts de Paris, 2021

『今風化粧鏡』(Imafū Keshō Kagami = modern makeup mirrors), Ukiyo-e japanese woodcut prints by Kunisada I (1786-1865) , Mirror # Narcisse(Shadow/Reflection/Light) Adoka Niitsu, 2021

(From left to right)
Mirror # Narcisse [Shadow] / Mirror # Narcisse [Reflection] / Mirror # Narcisse [Light]
Lithographic limestone, Glass, Wood. Dimension of the box: 23.5 x 17.0 x 8.0 cm. Adoka Niitsu, 2021




Remerciements :
I would like to thank Noriko Mitsuhashi, Maki Toshima and Alice Narcy for thoughtful discussion on the early stages of this work.
Laurent Lafont-Battesti, Co-Traduction for the text of Ichiyo Higuchi in French.

Le Théâtre des Expositions « Répliques Japonisme » Palais des Beaux-Arts - Beaux-Arts de Paris, 2021

Curator:
Alice Narcy (curator-in-residence, "Exhibition Professions" program at the Beaux-Arts de Paris)
Clélia Zernik (professor at the Beaux-Arts de Paris)
Anne-Marie Garcia (conservator, responsible for the collections of the Beaux-Arts de Paris)

Artists:
Laury Denoyes, Morgane Ely, Alice Narcy, Adoka Niitsu, Mariia Silchenko, Lucile Soussan et Alžbětka Wolfová

Masterpieces from the Tronquois collection of the Beaux-Arts de Paris:
Katsushika Hokusai, Utagawa Hiroshige, Utagawa Kunisada 1st, Egawa Tomekichi

Scénographes:
Rym Ferroukhi, Pétronille Mallié, Soukaïna Jamai


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