Painting after painting, Edward Hopper discovered America. Simple, immediate, provided with evidence of a personal memory, realistic and supernatural familiar but distant. Common places are haunted, evidence blinded, dug into the mysteries of the certainties of vision. Déjà vu? Yes, but nothing like it. It's all about perspective: it is to enforce it in its singularity. "Alain Cueff replaces Hopper in the context of American art and literature to better understand its poetic and finish with the image too easily agreed on a painter loneliness and melancholy.
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