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Gabriel Orozco (2002)

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So much ego
16 February 2005 | by ergalfiSee all my reviews

Documentary on Gabriel Orozco Mexican artist of conceptual art. Documentary a quite easy one to follow, and of certain slight way, the fundamental problem that it has is not not to expose the adverse voices to the type of art that proposes Orozco, like either its antecedents mainly the relatives. Nevertheless it is gotten to glimpse the genius of the artist, you accustom with much ego, and the fears of the creation that faces sometimes. Visually the work of Martín is enough propositive since it used 35mm and super 16 among other types of films. Finally this makes you wonder how the art its created and why these artists as Orozco can live (and live well) selling recycling products as art.


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