Curious (the knifed)
Graphite drawing, 2017

Of oral tradition, the wonderful tales (or fairy tales) were the object from the XVIIth century, of a literary transcription by authors as Charles Perrault, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm or Hans Christian Andersen, as weel. Popular in the XIXth century, these narratives are then illustrated by artists as Gustave Doré. The series Curious (the knifed), proposes a free interpretation of the iconography that Doré created for The Bluebeard.