Les Deux Garçons

Les Deux Garçons

Behind Les Deux Garçons we find Michel Vanderheijden van Tinteren and Roel Moonen. The duo, who lives in the Netherlands, makes collages, paintings, bronze statues, free-style assemblages and, very prominent, sculptures of taxidermy (stuffed animals). These absurdist, sometimes moving sculptures, are made with materials, which they find not only at the taxidermist but also at auctions and antique dealers. Not exactly avoiding the theatrical themes, they frequently present their deers, lambs and piglets as Siamese twins, with attributes such as toy guns, banknotes and perfume bottles. Symbols of fear, fate and transience.

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