De lo recóndito a lo más reconocido: “Ecuador en el Arte de Arturo Guerrero”
Talking about the pictoric work of an artist can become an interpretation, which sometimes sounds pretentious and somehow annoying. However, when there is a book that exhibits the art collection, the critique turns into a guide for the less expert. In the case of Arturo Guerrero, this approach is worthy because it is a concrete way of rediscovering the marvelous and multiphasetic Ecuador.
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