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  • Nathalie Du Pasquier, Clicke tyclac, 2022, oil on paper, 82 5⁄8 × 39 3⁄8".

    Nathalie Du Pasquier, Clicke tyclac, 2022, oil on paper, 82 5⁄8 × 39 3⁄8".

    Nathalie Du Pasquier

    Kerlin Gallery

    Ascending to the minimalist white sanctum of the Kerlin Gallery for Nathalie Du Pasquier’s exhibition “Twice in Dublin,” one found it transformed into another sort of sacred space. A tall portal painted in matte black recalled, with its inclined sides, the pylons of the Temple of Ptah in the first-dynasty Egyptian city of Memphis. From that temple, the postmodern design group cofounded by Du Pasquier along with Ettore Sottsass and others, took its name. Egypt is an ancient as well as a recent preoccupation for the artist. Last year, she illustrated a new Italian edition of Gustave Flaubert’s

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