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June 2014
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«Hilda Hellström, Eppur si muove» at the Galerie Bensimon in Paris.

© Hilda Hellstrom , Courtesy La Galerie Bensimon, Paris

Serge Bensimon chose to leave a blank canvas for the Swedish artist to work on an original creation

examining the analogy between the potter’s universe and planet Earth, both set in motion. In fact, Hilda Hellström’s compounded world outlines galaxies, northern lights and imaginary deep-sea depths. Working with soil, a fundamental human act, finds its true meaning in this work, as this substance remembers those that touch it. Her creation retraces the continental drift from the earth’s conception to the world we know today, marked by the endless cycle of birth and destruction.
Until 14th July.
www.gallerybensimon.com

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