Saraï De Fendhal
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The faces of Saraï deFendahl have something of an expressionist innocence. The deliberately coarse way in which they are treated put them in the framework of a fable, or of decor. Sometimes near primitive art, they do not lack character or impertinence, nor do they lack humour and they are eminently playful.
(text extracted from the SACEM catalogue published in 1999: " 25 years of contemporary " art)