Interview with Maria Ezcurra

Date and time
Thursday, February 18, 2016

Interview with Maria Ezcurra

In this interview with Maria Ezcurra, the artist talks about her work, and the art workshop she has created in collaboration with DHC/ART Education, entitled Red Roots/Green Lands, all the while establishing links between themes in her work and those raised in the exhibition IMAGINE BRAZIL.

Photo: Souligna Koumphonphakdy

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