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Tatiana Trouvé | From March to May

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Tatiana Trouvé

April 10th, The Washington Post, USA
from the series ‘March to May’,
2020
inkjet print and pencil on paper
42.1 x 29.5 cm

Tatiana TrouvéFrom March to May
18 September – 30 October 2021
Gagosian Gallery, New York

Links: [Tatiana Trouvé] [Gagosian Gallery] [Gagosian Quarterly]

Tatiana Trouvé
April 14th, La Tercera, Chile
from the series ‘March to May’,
2020
inkjet print and pencil on paper
42.1 x 29.5 cm

[from the pressrelease]
“When the quarantine was announced, newspapers from countries around the world being ravaged by the pandemic took on new meaning. I began, each day, to draw on the front page of a paper—it was a way of escaping the confinement, and of being connected to the strange atmosphere that was spreading around the globe with the virus. This world tour via headlines and front pages was like a journey in reverse. Suddenly, I could no longer meet the world unless the world came to me, through the newspapers. Governments and leaders around the world should have seen this as an opportunity to reconsider our societal and economic models. But no. This crisis has only heightened my anger at the inequalities we accept daily, and at the contempt we show for our planet.
—Tatiana Trouvé

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