The galerie Temple presents Ricardo Cases's El porqué de las naranjas through June 20th, 2015. Cases started El porqué de las naranjas – which translates loosely as the reason of oranges while living in Valencia. «One of the symbols of the Levante region – the eastern side of the Iberian Peninsula on the Mediterranean coast – is oranges, but also tourism and construction. I needed to start something really open, so as a starting point I chose this question: el porqué de las naranjas.» (...)
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