It is no coincidence that the artist chose the theme of Ancient Egypt. Like today, people then had their own ideas about life both in this world and after death, and their own thoughts about their surroundings. The recreation of images, objects, and symbols of mythical and real life in this work is a conscious copying and interpretation of real artifacts. The collages enable us to look afresh at the almost forgotten time of all powerful rulers and idolaters. The sacral images of mythical Ancient Egypt coexist here with historical figures such as Nefertiti and Tutankhamen: effacing the invisible boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead.
Nefertiti and Tutankhamen have found their right home and were purchased by his Majesty King Fouad II, son of the last king of Egypt Faroukh at the exhibition in Geneva in May 2012.