Pêcheur, c’est lui qui devient un poisson
Exhibition from March 30 to May 12, 1990
Opening March 29, 1990
Anne Pesce, Pêcheur, c’est lui qui devient un poisson, 1990
Anne Pesce tries to find a definition of painting in the nihilistic context of the recent years. Avoiding to get confused with the movements “neo” and other post-modernism that never end to kill painting, Anne Pesce tries to take it up through a more poetic and philosophical. It creates metaphorical links between painting, words, critical thinking and the world: “I like to paint to stop thinking, think to paint is only an aping of the big tide of the spirit. “
Anne Pesce, Pêcheur, c’est lui qui devient un poisson, artist’s book with a text by the artist, offset on laid paper Conqueror 100 g/m2 and 220 g/m2, 21 × 19 cm, edition of 150 plus 20 H.C., numbered, dated and signed. Edition of the Centre genevois de gravure contemporaine, Geneva, 1990.