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COLOMBIA’S PAIN THROUGH THE EYES OF AN ARTIST
Doris Salcedo, considered to be one of Colombia’s most important artists, only speaks rarely to the press. This solitude feeds her work, which is a constant quest around violence and absence. It is palpable in her work. Her sculptures, made out of everyday objects such as chairs, tables or shoes, are haunted by the scars of war. Doris Salcedo's work is on exhibition at the Guggenheim Musem in New York until October 12. Her native Colombia,…
by Christine Renaudat, Bogota Correspondent
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