ARCHIVO ANGELITA APXИB 1937-1956 – Ana Pérez-Quiroga

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A series of 22 paper drawings depicting the objects brought by the artist’s mother, one of the exiled children in Russia between 1937 and 1956 due to the Spanish Civil War.
These drawings are an act of appropriation of these memorabilia that are part of her identity consciousness.

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130 x 180 mm
60 pages
Risograph print on Arcoprint Edizione 130g paper.
Offset printed softcover on Couché Matte 300g paper.
Limited edition of 250 books, all numbered and with the artist’s stamp.
ISBN 978-989-54373-7-5
Stolen Books // Published June 2019

Words by Ana Pérez-Quiroga

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