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Pia Camil
Sin Titulo
2019
Courtesy of the artist and Galería OMR

Pia Camil: Ríe ahora, llora después

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For Pia Camil’s Ríe ahora, llora después,” the artist presents a selection of drawings in a show that translates to “Laugh Now, Cry Later.” Applying gestural marks with liquid watercolor, acrylic ink, and oil stick onto paper, the finished product is a series of abstracted portraits in vivid colors, like a work entitled Su cuerpo dejarán depicting a colorful face with an eerie smile, or Sin Titulo—a female form emerging from a series of marks and splatters.

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Named for Abraham Cruzvillegas's essay reminding us that everything is subject to evolution, "The Willfulness of Objects" features a series of works from The Bass's collection.
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