For his second solo show, Théo Haggai presents here a brand new serie of works inspired by the daily life of a supermarket cashier. These eight drawings on enlarged cashier tickets prints use the name of consumer goods with their meanings both literally and figuratively. It refers to a reality and to evils of our world questionned by the cynical look of Theo Haggai. The consumer society we belong is here asked by the artist who suggests us solutions that would be in front of our eyes, in our hands.
Supported by important french and international collections, this self-taught artist has been already in a first solo show and three group shows at Galerie Nicolas Hugo and also a show at the Rosenblum Collection in Paris. Multiplying the projects, he currently works to the design of a french restaurant in New York opening this fall.
Théo Haggai was born in 1990, he lives and works in Lyon, France.
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