Exhibition at the Villa Arson from November 15th 2019 to January 12nd 2020, 20 Stephen Liégeard avenue, 06000 Nice, daily open except Tuesdays from 2pm to 6pm, closed December 24th, 25th, 26th, 31rst, January 1rst, 2nd, tél. : 04.92.07.73.73, admission free.
Since several months the question of the sexual identity debates the Polish society. The leading party Right and Justice (PIS) estimates that sexuality should stay private in spite of the fact that some PIS members want to kill the same sex persons who have intimate relationships. In front of the PIS you can find association supporting such practises in the public area. Daniel Rycharski helps these associations but he is also a christian. The paradox between his identity and his faith incites him to make a critic about the positions defended by the Polish church. He doubts ("The drop digs the stone"), fights against the Polish church values system ("Saint Expédit") because he thinks that it own a double speaking ("KKK"). The purpose follows by Daniel Rycharski is to build a new church without any clergy and clergymen near the human being. He takes the Dietrich Boenhoffer pastor life as exemple because that man refuses the marginalization of jews and the connections with nationalists. Daniel Rycharski remarks that the PIS members use also the holy woman of Passau celebrating the victory against the Türkish as symbol against the immigrants. These different critics incite Rycharski to say that the Polish church is like a spirit jail ("The Cages"). The Daniel Rycharski way of making is to work in collaboration with the inhabitants of the small village he lives (Sieprc in Mazovia) where the land and the metal soldering play an important part for the rural street artist he is.