There, Mussolini, a lollipop in his mouth.
Here, Putin, in a leather jacket with an AC/DC badge.
Further, Amin Dada, in a swimming pool, facing a rubber duck, or Castro, on a Harley-Davidson.
They are all there.
All the "great" dictators of yesterday and today.
There is also Ceausescu, who seems dressed by a Savile Row tailor, Jaruzelski, Xi Jinping, Gaddafi, Mubarak, Hitler or even Kim Jong-un eating soup, surrounded by his two cats ironically baptized Kim XVII and Kim XXIII…
There is doubt, but the truth of these 21
"tyrants, captured in private moments and in unusual because intimate settings"
and hung on the walls of a beautiful bourgeois apartment in the 6th arrondissement of Paris - as part of the Parcours Saint- Germain - is striking.
The exhibition is called “Privaatt”, a name coined by the artist Aalam.
"It means 'private' in the language of a fictional totalitarian state,
" he explains
This context, this exhibition in…
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