October 13, 2020
Feliciano Centurión: Abrigo includes "visually rapturous metaphors for shelter, protection, warmth and the immigrant experience," writes Gabriella Angeleti in The Art Newspaper.
"With an emphasis on colorful, embroidered and painted works on blankets, the exhibition charts Centurión’s artistic evolution," writes Cassie Packard in Hyperallergic.
Centurión's queer textuality conveys the gravest matters of life and death through the decorative and often devalued idiom of feminized housework, writes Artforum's Chloe Wyma.
October 02, 2020
The curator of Abrigo and experts on Latin American visual arts discussed the first monograph ever published in any language on the life and work of the Paraguayan artist....