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AURELE 
LOSTDOG

Following the path opened by Marcel Duchamp and his illustrious predecessors, Aurèle, nicknamed “Andy Warhol’s nephew”, has been highly acclaimed over the past 3 decades for the spectacular installations of his gigantic Lost Dogs at the heart of iconic metropolis, Paris, New York, Shanghai and now Bangkok. 

He takes art one step further as it is now an ordinary event, the loss of the dog, which offers through his eyes the omen of human destiny, rolled over by its own craziness, its fate to be lost through wars, deforestation, pollution, extremisms. The diverse sides of the Lost Dog appearances are each expressing one kind of threat, one kind of culture, emphasising on our common destiny.

Aurèle is urging us to finally understand we all are Lost Dogs, and need to find our own individual path back to sanity, thereby collectively avoiding a fatal outcome.