The title of the exhibition mixes two of the series that Matt Black has been developing for nearly twenty years – precisely since 1995, when he got out of university and settled down in a small town of the Central Valley, where he grew up. One of them focuses on Mexico, in the mountains of Mixteca, that spans over the indigenous regions of Puebla, Oaxaca and Guerrero, and whose name literally means “The Place of the Cloud People”.
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