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Christopher Fynsk, Anonymous Figures, 1995

[“Abstracts of Anamnesis”] The exhibition greets us with a row of anonymous faces and speaks of memory. For whom are these faces recorded? The question would press if we knew nothing of the artist, for these figures require something of us. But if we happen to know something of Salvatore Puglia’s attitudes regarding the social […]

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