Pierre Gonnord’s Arraigados is a jewel of a show on view too briefly in New York but a reminder of how skillful and soulful this artist is. “Arraigados” translates awkwardly as “Rooted”. In any language, it is haunting. On view are five large format color portraits, handsomely framed, along with a video. These are images of miners from Northwestern Spain – Asturias. Each of...
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