Interrupted dancer: About the new work of Ana Negro

By: Juan Pablo Torres Muñiz
The artist said she opted for a new way this time, with different materials, something simpler, and a more specific motive; indeed, it’s about smaller surfaces, some artwork that she thought them to be finished in less time than the others before. It’s also about an intensity issue; it was inferable, even though the comment will be omitted.
The impression, after watching the first finished paintings, took me vertiginously to the distinct silence I gave in myself before, when we met, until this moment after going through the very best of her work. More.
Justified, attempting to say something about.

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