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Juan Carlos Federico

The illustrator Juan Carlos Federico has a brilliant portfolio, filled with very cute children’s books illustrations, editorial, monsters, and his very creative series Restatos and Sumanes. The series, which look like collages, always make me smile. And if that wasn’t … Continue reading

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Camouflage Comics

Camouflage Comics – Dirty War Images aims at producing reflections – both in the form of verbal and visual material – on the interplay between art, dictatorship and human rights in general and the legacy of the Argentine “Dirty War” … Continue reading

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Urbanudismo

Urbanudismo (urbanudism)- desnudArte. The Argentine actress, performer, model and ballerina Avril X is the women behind this project. The idea is merge art, liberty, theatre and photographic essay on performances on the streets of urban cities without clothes. All her … Continue reading

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Leo Aversa

The Argentine photographer Leo Aversa born in Buenos Aires but lives in Brazil for a long time. He started to photograph in 1988 for magazines and news papers. On his beautiful portfolio there are portraits of Brazilian actors and musicians, … Continue reading

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Xul Solar

I want to present a great artist today Xul Solar, from Argentina. I don’t know much about him and there are few informations about him on Internet. I saw his works for the first time on an exhibition on MAM, … Continue reading

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