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Argentine writer and art critic Reinaldo Laddaga reflects on the creative pathways of artist Facundo de Zuviría, whose walks throughout the city of Buenos Aires influence his photographic production. Both Laddaga and Zuviría discuss the concept of flânerie, and its impact on the work of Argentine and international artists, ranging from photographer Eugène Atget to writer Jorge Luis Borges.
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Image: Facundo de Zuviría, Barracas, 1986/2014. Private collection.