The painting déjà vu created by Aziz Anzabi is part of the vulnerable series which explains war and its effects. The near dried flower shows how the war affects people and the destruction it brings. The dark colours used in the painting all reflect how war destroys and hurts people whether they are directly fighting or not .The women are a symbol of resistance and supporting of life but also can be easily hurt as they are vulnerable. The tired soldiers can reflect the uselessness of war and how it brings nothing but tiredness, destruction, hatred and death. The soldier without a leg who is trying to break the door shows how unproductive war is except of producing more war.
Oil and peeling paper on canvas
102cm x 66cm
Can be seen at artrepresent
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