Santiago Yahuarcani
Peruvian painter, Santiago Yahuarcani and his companion, throw politicians into hell.

Among the multiple voices trying to account for the contemporary world, some can be found at the 60th Venice Biennale. Anti-racist social movements, works by LGBTQIA+ artists and ancestral knowledge transform cries of warning into works of art. At a time of financial crisis in Europe, the United States and several other countries, there are few large-scale works with good ideas. With attacks and defenses, the set is different from anything critics have proposed in previous years for the most iconic biennial of its kind.

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