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Monday, Feb. 16, 2009

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"Regardless of sex, color of skin, occupation or wealth, we are all the same when we get to bare bones," says artist Antonio Martorell. Humanity displayed in its bare bones deftly describes Martorell's work, on view at Latino Arts Inc. starting Feb. 20. The exhibit, "La Plena Inmortal" ("Dancing with Death Immortal"), includes more than 75 pictures dealing with subjects Martorell says the public blinds itself...
03.16.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Aisha Motlani
If there's one thing Puerto Rican artist Annelisse Molini has learnt from her architecture training it's the power of the sectional drawing. She uses it to great effect in her paintings, though in a much looser and agitated manner than most architects might. Her canvases, thickly caked in acrylic paint that's scraped and scuffed, slice through the earth and reveal it's immensity and depth in cont...

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