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Thu September 30, 2010
Artist Inspired By Visits To Remote Village In Mountains Of Peru
Argentinian-born artist Ana Maria Hernando's paintings, drawings, and prints layer designs, like a lacy mantilla worn in church, with images of plants and insects.
Kansas City, MO – A new solo exhibition at Kemper at the Crossroads called "Ana Maria Hernando: When the Women Sing," includes paper-cut drawings using petal-shaped leftovers from prints, and an installation with colorful hand-crocheted Peruvian petticoats. KCUR's Laura Spencer met up with Hernando in the gallery.
"Ana Maria Hernando: When the Women Sing"
October 1, 2010-January 15, 2011
Kemper at the Crossroads 33 W. 19th Street, KCMO
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