The Recoleta Cultural Center in Buenos Aires invites viewers to immerse themselves in the work of South Africa-based American photographer, Roger Ballen. The exhibition explores different themes, from the small mining towns of South Africa, which Ballen first discovered upon arriving in the country as a geologist, to his more recent work reminiscent of painting, particularly the series Asylum of the Birds.
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