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Iluminaciones profanadas

Cristina Lucas is a Spanish visual artist of international relevance. Her body of work, at times associated with a feminist perspective, discusses historical, social and cultural issues with shrewd critical awareness, often taking advantage of the use of irony. Her work, primarily in video, photography and digital animation, is at the same time provocative and creative. It additionally possesses the very valuable ability to communicate directly with the public. Iluminaciones profanadas refers to the critical irreverence of her work towards the art establishment. It is her first solo exhibition in Puerto Rico and North America.

An exhibition of selected works from Spanish visual artist Cristina Lucas. WHEN

December 18 — March 17, 2017 WHERE

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico Avenida Juan Ponce de León, esquina Avenida Roberto H. Todd, San Juan, PR INFO

Cristina Lucas, Habla

SPAIN arts & culture's Fall / Winter 2016 Program