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Limited Edition I Baudoin - Artaud

Print produced by the Editions du Centre Pompidou on the occasion of the exhibition Bande dessinée at the Museum at the Centre Pompidou, from May 29 to November 4, 2024, reproducing Artaud, a drawing by Edmond Baudoin produced in 2023 in Chinese ink, acrylic painting, watercolor and collages on paper.
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"In his first comics, published late, starting in the 180s, Baudoin ushered in both genres of drawn reporting and autobiography. The face becomes a pathway, a point of passage. Through drawing, he digs into it, erases it, declines it, merges it with others, until its solid mask falls - until it is revealed. Thus, he follows Aratud's saying : "The human face is an empty force, a death field. / The old revolutionnary claim of a form that has never matched its body, that was reaching something other than the body. [...] Which means that the human countenance has not found its face / and that it is the painter who must give it." - La bande dessinée au Musée, Editions du Centre Pompidou, 2024

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75 copies signed and numbered by the artiste

Pigment inkjet on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308g

Printed by Atelier Boba, Paris, May 2024, upon validation by Edmond Baudoin

Editions du Centre Pompidou
40 x 30 cm

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