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BULLETT Magazine Reports on NADA Art Fair

By March 29, 2017February 18th, 2019No Comments

“The same is true at Guatemala City’s Proyectos Ultravioleta, where Radames “Juni” Figueroa’s large, cut-out paintings of the kinds of things you might wish to have with you on a deserted island — a pipe, a tropical drink, an ice cream sandwich, a slice of Hawaiian pizza — dominate periwinkle walls. Actually, there’s something of a fruit theme happening at the fair this year. At San Juan’s Galeria Agustina Ferreyra, Cristina Tufino’s ceramic sculptures turn melons and pineapples into minimalist faces that bear the same sense of existential dread as their human counterparts, but with much more visually pleasing color palettes. Nearby, the Knockdown Center, a Queens art venue, has lemons, limes, oranges, roses, and hotdogs affixed to the walls courtesy of Lazy Mom (aka Josie Keefe and Phyllis Ma).”


-Cait Munro, BULLETT Magazine

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