Portrait in Motion: Silvia Gurfein
Join Silvia Gurfein in her studio as she showcases the painting methods used for her artworks featured in MACBA’s exhibition Interacciones fundamentales de un cielo estrellado, which was on view from 10–21 August 2016. This video is presented in Spanish.
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