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Detail of work by Sofía Táboas from the exhibition "Liminar," on view at kurimanzutto; courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto.

Sofía Táboas: Liminar

Sofía Táboas’s “Liminar” is an installation of paintings that express occurrences when landscapes change due to instability in the terrain, part of kurimanzutto’s “Siembra” series. With transformation as her main focus, the artist’s works on view represent aerial views of the earth, depicted in vertical stripes of color combinations painted on linen, alluding to landslides with their shakily gliding lines. Each work features a unique palette of hues, including chromatic creations like a painting made of pinks, reds, oranges, and blues; or one in dark, moody gray tones.

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