MONA KUHN | Poems
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The artworks here are a first chapter in an ongoing series Kuhn started two years ago. Partially inspired by the earthly delights of Hieronymus Bosch gardens and some of the afrescos at the ceilings of Sistine Chapel, she intuitively craved for nude figures engaged in innocent and unguarded joys. Often present in 14th C artworks, today this naturalness and languid peace seems unobtainable, being left to the magic and fantasy of previous heavenly forms.