by Eve Politanoff in New Art on Wednesday 22 June 2011
Mariana Monteagudo’s work reveals an element of irony, not only in her unprejudiced use of iconography, but also in the way the artist takes features from toys, figures designed to arise tenderness, with their big heads and moving expressions.
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by Dijana Necovski
by A Place To Bury Strangers
by Inigo del Castillo
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