Still, the dark red, orange, umber or mineral landscape is stretched before us like the foreshadowing of a vision. […] The burnished terracotta of the pots reflects the light. […] The texture of each vessel’s surface is equal to our own. For the earth is watching us…”

NIMROD LIANE (poet and philosopher, born in Chad 1959, in ‘Terres cuites africaines, un héritage millénaire’ – Musée Barbier-Mueller and Somogy éditions d’art)