Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Cindy, Carmine, George, Pierre y otros

Cindy, Carmine, George, Pierre y otros

Marc Breslin

Galería Karen Huber Mexico City 08/19/2017 – 09/15/2017

The etymology of the word phantom eventually goes back to the Ancient Greek phantasma “to make visible” and from phantazein “to display,” from stem of phainein “to bring to light, make appear,” from the root bhā-, a Proto-Indo-European root meaning “to shine”. At some point, it took on the spooky sentiment it currently still has. A ghost. Unreal. It

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