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April 8, 2021
10:30 am
Gilles Clement Gallery

Gilles Clement Gallery  presents an exhibition of new works by Clement Kamena (Serge Clement and Marina Kamena)

The show centers around a painting: "The Kiss". It takes as its' source a famous photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt called, "Kissing The War Goodbye," which portrays a U.S. Navy sailor kissing a stranger - a dental assistant - celebrating the end of WWII.  Now, 75 years later, Clement Kamena have re-invented that famous image, placing the kissing couple in an empty Times Square, wearing face masks. The painting envisions a time when we will look back at the pandemic as we do WWII, as a terrible world event that is finally in our past.

Gilles Clement Gallery

45 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830

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