• Anne Marie Jugnet

    Valentina Moncada

    A ray of light was projected from the interior of the gallery towards the exterior. Whoever stopped at the entrance, at the threshold that divided the urban space from the gallery space, soon became aware that the ray consisted of luminous writing projecting the following words on the bodies of those entering: “da sempre qua” (here, from time immemorial). It was like an introduction to the poetic world of Anne Marie Jugnet, one of the most interesting young artists in France.

    Upon entering the gallery, the space first appeared completely hare. The long walls were almost blank; finally, an artist

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