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Goyard St. Louis PM Gray Ladies' Men's PVC Tote Bag Unused Goods GOYARD Pouch wit

Sale price$ 975


Collage on Paper | 2018

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Part of DeSutter’s larger Goyard Dreams series, ​Goyard Dreams Shop With Confidence looks to the idea of buying luxury items via resale, which makes them more accessible, but raises a question of authentic wealth and status. “The problem with taking the easy road is that it’s difficult feeling confident that what you now own is in fact deserved,” the artist explains. “Others might not be aware, but we’re left with this nagging feeling that perhaps material exhibition of wealth and status doesn't truly display success as we wish it could.” Goyard Dreams reminds viewers to connect their ideas of passion and success, suggesting that the latter can be achieved with the former.


34 x 24 inches


Floated: 39 x 29 x 2 inches


Signed by artist.

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

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About the Artist

Michael DeSutter

DeSutter's graphic & meditative collages have been featured in Full Blede and AnOther Magazine. His original collages are currently featured at Pharrell's The Goodtime Hotel in Miami. DeSutter practices includes considering the overlooked within old magazines, he uses these records of the past to consider and recontextualize the future.

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“From a distance, this piece feels quite simple and straightforward. But when you look up close, it's a complex and really engaging work that has a lot of layers to it.”

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