"What a joy to live all your life around a few images that are your own! "That's what Zoran Music told me forty years ago, when I went to see him in his Parisian studio. As close to death as possible, in the atrocity of a concentration camp, he would secretly draw the last exhalations of piled up corpses, waiting his turn. The worst was beautiful," he added. »

When he was liberated, he concentrated on the beauty of the Dalmatian hills and the horses, before the reminiscence of the camps forced him to paint, draw, sculpt, "We won't be the last. "No expressionism, nothing forced. Just horror, raw, unbearable. That we must never forget.

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