Mario García Torres is one of the most internationally renowned Latin American artists. Torres is an artist who dedicates his work to the history of conceptual art. He uses several media including photography, film, performance, and printed matter to reprise or respond to past works of other artists. As he explains, “my work doesn’t really become a remake of the conceptual story but more like a second rehearsal.” In conversation with Maria Abramenko about “Falling Together in Time”, other works and their making of.
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