sorcieres 20202

Daughters or sons of the Evil, heretics, evil spirits.

Here are some examples of the appellations that History gave to Witches and Warlocks, but who were really those personages almost mythological?

They have been the symbol of Evil, sin, danger but they have also been associated to the communion with Nature, to healing, to the Anticonformism and more recently to Feminism.

Those figures have been a natural source of great inspiration for Art and they still are.

This exhibition presents the works of contemporary artists who have focused on all the aspects, descriptions, riappropriations of this ”wicked” world to give us their vision.

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  • Sorcière 1
  • Sorcière 2
  • Sorcière 3
  • Sorcière 4
  • Sorcière 5
  • Sorcière 6
  • Sorcière 7
  • Sorcière 8
  • Sorcière 9
  • Sorcière 10
  • Sorcière 11
  • Sorcière 12
  • Sorcière 13
  • Les Mots
  • La Mort
  • Fétiche Guéanuepé
  • Witches's triangle
  • Raspoutine (drawing)
  • Raspoutine (sculpture)
  • Histérica 1
  • Histérica 2
  • Histérica 3
  • Histérica 4
  • Histérica 5
  • Histérica 6
  • Histérica 7
  • Histérica 8
  • Médée
  • Méroé
  • Tirésias
  • Hécate
  • Circé
  • Totem
  • Hashtag sorcière
  • Lilith
  • L'avortée
  • Sabbat
  • Radicale
  • Mutatis mutandis
  • Jubiläumshexe I
  • Jubiläumshexe II
  • Zwiespräche
  • Hagazussa II
  • Turteltauben
  • Weltenwandlerin
  • Hexenritt
  • Sündenschaukel
  • Zaunreiterin
  • Mago
  • Belzebub
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  Dominique Jeanne Benguigui

  Pascale Binant

  Lidia Fusaro

  Janus

  Alissa Thor

   Christiane Tureczek