Imagen

OUR COLUMNIST AVILA GIVES HIS OPINION ON WANGECHI MUTU AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM:

‘“…the pastiche takes over like a superficial veil that prevents the viewer from seeing beyond.”
I agree, those pastiches (paint, collage, whatever…) are to overwhelming for the senses, and for the mind. There is little room for the imagination since the artist often chains the viewer to a different dimension, under different rules, and with dictatorial requests… Either you accept them or… you leave her planet…’