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  • Isidro Blasco

    Galería Marta Cervera

    For his recent show, “Father’s House,” Isidro Blasco has turned to photography, and, like many Spanish artists of his generation, he approaches the medium in a highly subjective manner. As an artist known predominantly for his abstract sculptures (he last exhibited in Madrid six years ago), Blasco is something of a newcomer to working in a personal mode. The shift toward a more overtly subjective approach evidenced in his recent photographs and photocollages may have been triggered by the series of houselike constructions Blasco began creating in 1994—works that seemed to reflect his own inner

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