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Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas (detail), LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Manto, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

Rafael Gómezbarros, SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE, Esferas, LA Especialidad de la casa, 2011-14

ART: Invasive Ant Art Installations by Rafael Gómezbarros via Wetheurban

ART: Invasive Ant Art Installations by Rafael Gómezbarros via Wetheurban

Paul Kasmin Gallery and Sotheby’s Gallery team up this month to bring the vanitas still life and memento mori up to date in an impressive exhibition of Dutch genre painting and contemporary art touching on the theme of life’s brevity. Columbian artist Rafael Gomezbarros’ smarm of ants – constructed with cast human skulls - opens the show with a bang. (At Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea through March 4th). Foreground: Rafael Gomezbarros, Casa Tomada (Taken House), five parts: resin, fiber…

Paul Kasmin Gallery and Sotheby’s Gallery team up this month to bring the vanitas still life and memento mori up to date in an impressive exhibition of Dutch genre painting and contemporary art touching on the theme of life’s brevity. Columbian artist Rafael Gomezbarros’ smarm of ants – constructed with cast human skulls - opens the show with a bang. (At Paul Kasmin Gallery in Chelsea through March 4th). Foreground: Rafael Gomezbarros, Casa Tomada (Taken House), five parts: resin, fiber…

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Taken House is a traveling project of urban intervention, where more than 3000 ants in sculpture are displayed on architectural facades and structures to talk about immigration, forced displacement and uprooting, in times of globalization.

Taken House is a traveling project of urban intervention, where more than 3000 ants in sculpture are displayed on architectural facades and structures to talk about immigration, forced displacement and uprooting, in times of globalization.

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