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Galo Magazine

Despite a thick Spanish accent, conceptual artist Federico Uribe transcends language barriers with his life-size sculptures that seem to particularly resonate with the American people. When one thinks of Columbia, the birth place of Uribe, drugs, violence and other stereotypes flood the mind. However, living on a land that is infrequently regarded for its beauty, somewhere on a lush farm, a young Uribe was being subconsciously influenced by the farm animals he was growing up around.

 

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