Adam et Eve, 2016

Adam et Eve, 2016


The book of the Genesis describes the story of an ideal couple that losts its paradise. This fable describes with a formidable simplicity the process of a disenchantment and the breach of a contract, under the metaphorical coverof a forbidden tree and a stolen fruit. We see the other naked and we think that nothing else needs to be discovered. Adam and Eve left paradise and worked hard to survive. They lived a sad life and had a lot of children that killed one other. Brassens sang about them. “Near my tree, I lived a blissful life. Never should have I parted from my tree.”

Mixed techniques on wood

420 x 360 x 8 cm approx.
Beirut, Lebanon
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