Portrait in Motion: Pilar Albarracín
Featured in MACBA’s 2016 exhibition ¡Viva España, artist Pilar Albarracín evaluates the Spanish stereotypes that she portrays in her work, flamenco dancers and bullfighters among them. This video is presented in Spanish.
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