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Thursday, January 17, 2013

GdlP in WHITEHOT




Megan M. Garwood reviews POWERTIES at Julian Navarro Projects


Guerra de la Paz loudly criticizes societal apathy while simultaneously expressing a tacit consent to hegemonic power. In contrast to the more pervasive contemporary artists who playfully present motif drenched in satire, this two-person collective from Miami gives us a very intense, literal read. Guerra de la Paz’s exhibition Power Ties illuminates corporate humanity through tight aesthetics and visual language and reminds us how much we can gain by viewing Cuban art in the context of diaspora.


Long Island City, NYC


Wednesday, January 16, 2013



Guerra de la Paz,     LIKE FATHER LIKE SON,     2012