Portrait in Motion: Rosana Simonassi
Mesmerised by the macabre, Argentinean artist Rosana Simonassi explains how she renenacts the deaths of women publicised in the media in her art for MACBA’s exhibition, El fin de la apariencia, which was on view from 7 October–13 November 2016. This video is presented in Spanish.
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