• David Armando Guerra

    Belleza y Felicidad

    David Armando Guerra is an Artaud-like figure who still believes revolution is not only about the transfer of power but about changing reality. “There are bombs that need to be put somewhere, but at the base of most of the present habits of thought,” Artaud wrote in 1926. Guerra’s recent exhibition of collages and objects ranging from 1990 to 2005 was all about demolishing those habits. There is a freshness to these works that recalls the operations of magic, the “aha moment” that art can sometimes still grant us. It is true that since Picasso’s invention of collage in 1912, the coexistence of

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