The Cross-Eyed Mutt

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July 2017

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“Grade 9/10. Fantastic!” – Sequential Tart

Fabien is supervisor at the Louvre. He loves his job. He also loves Mathilde. When it comes time, she presents him to her family in their vast country house but not without some apprehension, as her ‘Benion clan’ is a bit special. Turns out they are more than happy to meet him since they have in the attic a painting by an ancestor.

It’s a sorry representation of a cross-eyed mutt.

So the Benion ask: What is the value? Is this garbage or a masterpiece worthy of hanging in the Louvre? Fabien, pretty embarrassed, punts on the question.

Bad mistake.

A raucous satirical comedy that asks: Who decides what makes a work of art worthy of being in a major museum?

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Davodeau takes readers on a comic romp that questions the nature of high art. What differentiates low art from pieces worth millions? In the end, Davodeau suggests that both sides of the spectrum are equally ridiculous, exquisitely incorporating classical sculptures and oils into his cartooning—but sparing a moment to laugh at his own form, too.

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