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Art Pulse

Federico Uribe plays with an impressively wide palette of colors and forms, primarily materials plucked from the clutter of daily life in the late 20th century and early 21st century. This mind-boggling plethora of purely mass-produced “stuff” is a far cry from sleek readymades Marcel Duchamp made famous decades ago when the 20th century was new.

 

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