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The effects of invisibility on Liu Bolin

The effects of invisibility on Liu Bolin

By Pietro Daprano.Liu Bolin Hiding in California, N 1 TED Hollywood 2008, Photography. Edition 3/6Liu Bolin was born in 1973 in Shandong, China, and studied sculpture at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, graduating with an MFA in 2001. Seeking to disappear into the...

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The mimetics in Robert Zuckerman’s portraits

The mimetics in Robert Zuckerman’s portraits

By Pietro Daprano.Robert G. Zuckerman Mia Kirshner (Time machine series) 1997, PhotographyRobert Zukerman's (b. 1955 Tampa d. 2022 Miami, United States) portraits of actors in the film industry have become iconic images that honor their subjects. His work represented reality in...

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Sustained Spaces in the work of Jennifer Basile

Sustained Spaces in the work of Jennifer Basile

By Pietro Daprano. Jennifer Basile. Coot Bay Pond, 2001. Engraving One of the works that often catches our attention at the Fuentes Angarita Collection is Coot Bay Pond, 2001 by Jennifer Basile (b. 1973, Manhasset, NY) due to the sustainable, environmentalist and aesthetic...

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Sound variations as visual material in Richard Garet

Sound variations as visual material in Richard Garet

By Pietro Daprano. Richard Garet. Perceptual Sonic Landscape. Midnight Blink, 2015. Moving Image. 00 02 50 Richard Garet (Montevideo, 1972) is a multimedia artist who received an MFA from Bard College, USA, and was part of Soundings: A Contemporary Score at MoMA, New York, in...

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The Hedonistic Era of Ultra Violet’s Last Supper

The Hedonistic Era of Ultra Violet’s Last Supper

By Pietro Daprano.Ultra Violet. The Last Supper, 1972. Photography. 9 x 14 in (23 x 35,5 cm). © Ultra Violet.Isabelle Collin Dufresne (French/American, b.1935 in La Tronche-d.2014 in New York) was a bohemian superstar performer and actress in dozens of Andy Warhol's...

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Ideology, History and the Significant in Gonzalo Fuenmayor

Ideology, History and the Significant in Gonzalo Fuenmayor

By Pietro Daprano. Gonzalo Fuenmayor Mr. Bananaman, 2013 Photography. Edition 2/5 + A/P 39,3 x 25,9 in (100 x 66 cm) © Gonzalo Fuenmayor. Gonzalo Fuenmayor (born in Barranquilla, Colombia, in 1977) is a contemporary artist based in Miami, Florida. His work resembles...

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Art, Money, and Social Anatomy. Luis Salazar

Art, Money, and Social Anatomy. Luis Salazar

By Pietro Daprano.Questioning the cultural stereotypes of contemporaneity is one of the qualities of artist Luis Salazar who, through his paintings, drawings, installations, and intervened objects, seems to activate the sensitive nature of the material to reflect on the erosion...

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Trans visibility

Trans visibility

By Pietro Daprano.Cesar Rojas. Transformacion Series, 2007. 2007. Photography. 14 x 10 in (38 x 25 cm)The invisibilization applied to any social group is very dangerous, as well as homophobia and other risk factors that can compromise the health or life of people. The...

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