BRIOCHE SCULPTURE, 2015

Romain Sarrot

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Edition of 8+2
Handcrafted in Paris
Exclusive French Cliche
Made to order
Signed by the artist

For French Cliché, Romain Sarrot presents a unrealistic sized « brioche », this typical pastry refers Marie Antoinette’s famous quote “Let them have cake”, as the original French phrase contains no mention of cake (gâteau). Brioche, a bread enriched with butter and eggs, was considered at the time to be a luxury food. The quotation in context would thus reflect either the princess’s disregard for the peasants or her poor understanding of their situation if not both.

Object information :

. Expansive foam, urethane paint and varnish

. Ø 100 cm x H 100 cm

. Limited edition of 8 + 2 

. Handcrafted in France 

. Made to order 8 to 10 weeks

. Email us for shipping quote : bonjour@frenchcliche.com

Created by Romain Sarrot
Romain Sarrot is a visual artist and videograph living in Paris. Since 2010 he creates pieces with various materials (resin, mastic, paper, plastic, s ilicon). The main part of his artistic approach is centered on the misappropriation of objects that surround us and putting them in perspective. ...see more
ROMAIN SARROT, artist
Romain Sarrot is a visual artist and videograph born in 1986 and lives in Paris. Since 2010 he creates pieces with various materials (resin, mastic, p aper, plastic, silicon). The main part of his artistic approach is centered on the misappropriation of objects that surround us and putting them in perspective. ...see more