From Cythera series C (2018)

Six woodcuts from the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Venice, 1499) are superimposed on photographs of actual places. Although these places are situated in a classical archaeological universe, they cannot be found on the Greek island of Cythera. Instead, they constitute my own  Cythera.


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FCC 01. The ruins of Polyandron.


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FCC 02. The triumph of Semele.


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FCC 03. The bath of Venus.


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FCC 04. The garden of Cythera.


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FCC 05. The encounter with the wolf.


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FCC 06. The three doors.




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