By Natalia Rolon in New Art on Tuesday 17 January 2012
Whether depicting forlorn-looking children or prim houses, some already struck by calamity, Natalia Rolon’s pieces convey tension, restlessness and a feeling of distance, as though one were looking into a dream or back upon a painful memory.
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