À Mon Seul Désir

À Mon Seul Désir

2013

Martin Soto Climent

(Mexican, b. 1977)

108 framed photographs, digital prints on fine art cotton paper

Framed: 22.9 x 30.5 cm (9 x 12 in.)

Sundry Art-Contemporary Fund 2013.91

Fun Fact

In A Mon Seul Desir (To My Sole Desire), Climent was inspired by a series of 15th-century tapestries known as The Lady with the Unicorn. Five of them illustrate the known senses, while one may be about a more interior sixth sense. Climent illustrates this here in what he calls "a heart-brain where all the experience is mixed and integrated."

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