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Carlos Zuniga, Edel Assanti Gallery

Carlos Zuniga, Edel Assanti Gallery

Obsessive Chilean artist transforms imposing portraits and landscapes

'Falkland Islands, Portrait 5' by Carlos Zuniga: Evoking memories of warCarlos Zuniga

The thin line between Art and Craft gets slimmer as artists like Carlos Zuniga ignore the borders and delve into hands-on production processes. This Chilean photographer, architect and graphic designer works compulsively on large, imposing portraits and landscapes using intensely obsessive techniques.

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