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Money Degraded slave statue in Bordeaux: "A big stupidity" of an art student

21:00  14 september  2021
21:00  14 september  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

Bordeaux. An art student at the origin of the degradation of a slave statue

 Bordeaux. An art student at the origin of the degradation of a slave statue © Philippe Lopez / AFP The statue of the Haitian Caymitte Woodly sculptor, known as Filipo, in Bordeaux. Monday, September 13, the Bordeaux Town Hall announced a complaint after the degradation of a statue of the city. It was actually a molding made by an art student without authorization.

  Statue d’esclave dégradée à Bordeaux : « une grosse bêtise » d’un étudiant en art © Copyright 2021, the Racist OBS was soon mentioned. The city had announced a complaint. But the degradation of a slave statue , Monday, September 13 on the docks of Bordeaux, "proved to be a molding made by an art student, without any authorization," announced this Tuesday in a statement the Mairie, specifying having withdrawn his complaint. "The student has indicated that no racist motivation had dictated this action. However, we can not accept and endorse this isolated initiative and for the least unfortunate that has hit many observers attached to the memory of this statue. The incredible story of the "Black Marianne"

on the contrary, the Memoirs and Share association, who had also announced a complaint on Monday, does not want to spend the sponge. In a statement, it denounces a "nauseating act, in its intention as in the forms of its realization" which demonstrates "the weak awareness of the importance of the memory of this crime against humanity and the lack of municipal signage in a city ​​that was the first French colonial port and persisted in his amnesia for a very long time. " "We hardly dare to imagine such an act at other places of memory of crimes against humanity," shearded.

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one of the student's teachers mentioned "a big stupidity" in the columns of France 3 new Aquitaine

. "The student did it on his own initiative. It is sensitive to the decolonial question, especially from its origins. He is deeply antiracist "sorry the teacher, reminiscent that the plaster" goes to the water ". The capital Girondine emphasizes "the inviolable nature of the monuments and works of art present on the public space and the strict respect which is owed to them, especially those honoring the memory of victims of crimes against humanity ".

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The bronze statue representing, on a human scale, a slave bought by two brothers Bordeaux in the eighteenth century and then franked, had been discovered Monday brushed with white color to the bust.

This statue of the modest slave Testas (1765-1870) had been inaugurated in May 2019 on the quays of the Garonne in the presence of his Haitian descendant, one more step in the recognition by Bordeaux of his enrichment spent linked to the slavery.

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