Inès Tolentino

1962 (Santo Domingo (République Dominicaine))
Artist's gallery

Inés Tolentino considers herself a romantic. This is undoubtedly true, given the recovery and appropriation of various elements converted into personal symbols used in the work to evoke situations, events that could or can happen and that are part of a personal, real story. or imaginary. Some of these elements, as we have seen, revive memories that try to resist. While the avant-gardes tend to disappear, Inés feeds on them. The vision of life and art that we have previously pointed out is thus fulfilled, both distanced and critical, as long as we want to share and reconcile these two attitudes.

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