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A Q&A with artist Carlos Gamez de Francisco

In many ways, my work represents parts of my past, my present and my future. I take references from history. I’m inspired by the rules of the Renaissance portrait and traditional Asian painting. I focus on complex character relationships where the simple background acts as an echo of their inner universe. Historical context is central to all of my work. My life as a Cuban, and now an American, has taught me that when history is represented in storytelling of any kind, it is distorted through the eyes of the one telling — or writing or painting — the story.... Read More

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