by Randy Arnold in New Art on Saturday 12 November 2011

The only way that I can come close to describing Douglas Pierre Baulos’ work is this: Imagine Felix Nadar and Charles Baudelaire listening to Klezmer accordion during the Mexican Day of the Dead festival. Douglas Pierre Baulos’ work dances with atmosphere, intensity, and unusual humor. Each piece is a meditation of the sacred, and an exploration of place. For fans of the Brothers Quay, as well as films such as Haxan and Fritz Lang’s Destiny. Expect to be amazed.