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The Girl from Nagasaki (Liberation)

The Girl from Nagasaki (Liberation)

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Published: 2010
Number of Artist Proofs: 1
Resolution: 913 × 685 px
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$3200

Part of the Genesis drop by renowned artist, Michel Comte, the "Japan Series" consists of 14 unique works, which are a continuation to his cinematic film "The Girl from Nagasaki”, a melodramatic tale of love and despair, as a re-adaptation of Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly. In The Girl form Nagasaki (Liberation), 2010), depicts an underwater-scene: Cho-Cho San’s arms (the protagonist) are spread, her black kimono sleeves are floating like wings, and her white chest shimmers underneath a black bondage. The blue water around her is agitated as if by a spasm. Pinkerton rests below her, wearing his space- suit. Shot in the swimming pool of the infamous John Lautner house in Los Angeles, this scene appears at the end of the movie, after Cho-Cho San has committed suicide. She now re-lives her own life as if in a dream, finally liberated from her suffering, she floats in absolution.

Michel Comte

14 Artworks

Born in Zurich in 1954, Michel Comte studied in France and England, and began his career in art restoration, specializing in contemporary art. In 1979 Comte met Karl Lagerfeld who gave him his first commercial assignment for Chloé and later Chanel. He has since collaborated with Vogue Italia, Van...

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