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PUME BYLEX / DR CONGO, LA MOUCHE (VUE DE DESSUS), 1999; 3 TENUES: ES-CART – BEC D’OISEAU – BAÏCEL, 1997 & CHAUSSURE GRAIN DE MOUTARDE, 2011 Pume Bylex belongs to a group of artists who construct their own individual vision of reality and the world. Much like Frédéric Bruly Bouabré from the Ivory Coast, Georges Adeagbo from Benin and South African Jackson Hlungwani (not to mention others outside Africa), Pume Bylex presents intriguing forms that can be called ‘artistic’, which he integrates into an explicit thesis, moral stance and vision of the world. Courtesy of REVUE NORIE, Paris La Mouche (vue de dessus), 1999   Dessin à l’encre et crayon: 21 x 29,7 cm 3 Tenues: Es-Cart – Bec d’Oiseau –Baïcel, 1997  Technique mixte, 46 x 59 x 6,75 cm Chaussure Grain de Moutarde, 2011    27 x 35 x 17,5 cm 128  BELONGING


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