‘Remember, my love, that object we saw
That beautiful morning in June:
By a bend in the path a carcass reclined
On a bed sown with pebbles and stones;’
– From ‘A Carcass’ by Charles Baudelaire.
This group show is intended as an installation of artworks that call to mind and pay homage to Baudelaire's vast body of poems, first published in 1857: 'Les Fleurs du Mal'
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