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Genesis Belanger, Masculine Still Life, 2021. Powder coated steel, sunbrella fabric, foam, stoneware, oil paint. Photo Pauline Shapiro © Courtesy the artist and Perrotin gallery

Genesis Belanger, "We were never friends". exhibition view at Consortium Museum. Photo Rebecca Fanuele. Courtesy Consortium Museum

Genesis Belanger, "We were never friends". exhibition view at Consortium Museum. Photo Rebecca Fanuele. Courtesy Consortium Museum

  • 37 Rue de Longvic, 21000 Dijon, France

  • Consortium Museum

  • €5

  • Wed–Sun 2 p.m.–6 p.m., Fri until 8 p.m.

  • +33 (03) 80 68 45 55

07 June, 2021 - 09 January, 2022

We Were Never Friends

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Blurring the boundary between Pop Art and Surrealism, ceramic sculptor Genesis Belanger’s work on display explore the stages of a courtship from the initial attraction to the bannel monotony of a long term relationship. 

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