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Vol.2

DESTRUCTION TO CREATION

Vol.2

In the second volume of our Destruction to Creation special we delve into the mind of Lauren Lovette, principal dancer of the New York City Ballet, seeking the beauty hidden behind the lesser attractive, but still spectacular, aspects of ballet. We continue with Mexican artist Javier Marin, capable of transforming recycled bronze, clay and resin polyester into the most evocative sculptures you’ve ever seen. Last, but not least, we finish with film director and visual artist Massimo Cespedes, whose intricate collages offer a new perspective on creative destruction.


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