Border proportions not to scale
‘Ice Cream Plaza’ incorporates a series of self-taken photographs, amassed from a trip to Havana. Inspired by the socialist ice-cream industry within Castro’s Cuba, and by Coppelia, the capital’s ‘ice-cream cathedral’, Bonnie and Clyde has collaged together images from Plaza Viejo with strips of beautiful, soft, ice-cream-colours, peppered with white sprinkle shapes, in a graphic nod to the frozen delight. An off-kilter, black and white tiled floor streaks across the centre of the print, to summon the feel of a kitchen or parlour and to create Bonnie and Clyde’s surreal and dizzying vision of Cuba’s crumbling yet elegant and spirited capital city.
Ice Cream Plaza (Last copy available)
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Limited edition giclee, screenprint and glazes, edition of 75
79 x 70 cm