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2013 – Dulce Pinzón – HISTORIAS DEL PARAISO –Installation Market Maissonneuve

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Dulce Pinzón, NaturalBeauty, de la série Serie Imagina 2011.
Avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste; de la galeriia Patricia Conde, Mexico

The latest photographs from Dulce Pinzón were carried out in a natural history museum just before its demolition. She used stuffed animals, wallpapers idyllic landscapes, botanists trompe l’oeil paintings. She used the abandoned dioramas as symbolic elements of his compositions accessories. His work focuses on the changing perception of our relationship to nature, but also our alienation history. To amplify his remarks, she juxtaposed with its implementation heavenly scene stereotypical characters of the fifties. This clever mixture gives a clear indication, it encourages the viewer to become aware of their own conceptions of the modern world, a perception that is commonly influenced by fashionable social feelings.

Ducle Pinzon,
Born in 1974 in Mexico. Lives and works in Brooklyn.
www.dulcepinzon.com
She studied media and communication at the Universidad de las Américas in Puebla Mexico and Photography at Indiana University in Pennsylvania. In 1995, she moved to New York where she studied at the International Center of Photography.

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