“A convexed interpretation of two of the most prestigious pastry shops, this is a dream street for sweet tooths. Pastry shops aside, Rue Bonaparte is a charming street leading from St. Sulpice to the Seine with an abundance of chic bonbons and ateliers of delight.” — Holly Addi
Holly Addi (b. 1973) is a Salt Lake City-based painter. Her works examine energy, space, and landscape through tempered abstraction. At once engaged in new methods to read public space, she views her practice as a deeply personal game of renegotiation between rules of inclusion and omission, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round and round in circles.
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