Anaïs Boudot has created a series of works on a set of anonymous glass plates from her collection, all of which represent female figures. A modernity in the materials, in the light as well as in the tone that both challenges and imposes itself in this vis-à-vis with Picasso and Brassaï.
The book contains the original uncensored edition of Baudelaire's collection accompanied by these strange engraved prints by Antoine d'Agata. Present and past are superimposed. Like a game of transparency that will present the frame of an image on the cover. In this work "Fleurs du mal", Baudelaire is a stroller, a spectator of the world around him, of urban transformations, while d'Agata embodies photography, life and reappropriates the space of the city by the gesture.
"Changing times: Art facing a new world" brings together proposals from artists and authors inviting us to question how the world of art - more specifically the visual art world - can act, react and interact in the face of the constantly changing environment in which we live.