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Rafael Kleweta
Carcassone

 historical breviary of a stone virgin named so due to the double chastity belt.
written by the artist; 4 carvings on red copper and 3 boxwood-cuts, typography in green; 9,5cm x 16cm x 1cm; Anima Mundi 2011

A historical summary of a story of a virgin with two stone chastity belts, protected by the Inquisition, forgotten in the south of France for almost seven centuries and impaled in 1997 this time by the virtuous organisation called UNESCO.


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