Wonderful World: Rancinan | Caroline Gaudriault Exhibition

‘The “yes” without the “no’, the “good’ without the “bad”, the “me” without the “us”.

Photographer Gérard Rancinan’ Wonderful World’ exhibition entertainingly portrays what his vision of modern-day consumerism and aesthetics has led us to. Composed and documented by journalist Caroline Gaudriault  the pair make a very good fit.  And Yes! all the models are real. There is a great film you can watch to see how he put the whole production together.

Rancinan’s back lash and humorous take of what we as society have taken for granted is a show you should enjoy.

Curated by Future Tense, the show is on at London Newcastle Project Space from 7th -24th June.

Here’s a little taster from my private view visit of the £1million plus artworks.

One Response to “Wonderful World: Rancinan | Caroline Gaudriault Exhibition”
  1. Irene B says:

    Love, love! The mouse family are super cool!


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