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COOMONTE - Art objects exhibition
Portugal

There are many objects of artistic Coomonte who traveled from San Marcial(Zamora) to settle in the History and Art Gallery, an exhibition intended to be representative of the creative process of the present author. Sculpture, collage, jewelry are some of the categories with which we can catalog the exhibition,highlighting a disturbing elements of the artistic practice of Coomonte

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