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Donde Esta Mi Corazon?
Donde Esta Mi Corazon?
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Chilean born artist Basco has been contributing his unique street art and graffiti to public canvases all over South America from a very young age and in recent years has had a series of successful gallery appearances around the world.
Donde Esta Mi Corazon?(1) Donde Esta Mi Corazon?(2)
Donde Esta Mi Corazon?(3) Donde Esta Mi Corazon?(4)
Donde Esta Mi Corazon? follows him on a tour through the cultures and cities that are home to the most exciting artists in South America.

Including pages of photos, collages, murals and collaborations with Herbert Baglione, Agotok, OS Gemeos, Paloma and others. Basco’s work captures the heart of his native Chile with his simple yet expressive faces, skeletons and animals reminiscent of religious icons and amulets brought to life through an expert use of color and texture.

Donde Esta Mi Corazon? represents another triumphant transition from street to gallery from a DIY artist whose talent could not be contained. Basco is certainly among the most relevant living artists in South America.

96 pages, Hardcover, 6'' x 8 1/2'' (152 x 215 mm)
85 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-0-9790862-6-7  $ 19.90
About the Artist:
Basco Vazko
Basco Vazko
Chilean artist, who lives and works in Santiago, Chile.
FIFTY24SF Gallery on YouTube:
Interview with Basco Vazko:
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Herbert Baglione: Vossia
Herbert Baglione: Vossia
The heart of Baglione's work is formed by his relationship to emotional mat­ters such as death, human coldness, family, the world and the work of other artists and his strong desire to retain his sense of wonderment as it pertains to the world around. more...

Compliments of... Robert Abeyta Jr.
Compliments of... Robert Abeyta
Robert Abeyta Jr.’s first book has a dense, dark core. Free of explanatory text, the artist reveals his working pro­cess and source materials inter­twined with his final output — paint­ings inspired by the Tianguis in Mexico City — tiny, informal markets where all kinds of activities, legal and illegal occur. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | POP CULTURE BOOK | ISBN-13: 9780979086267 | ISBN-10: 0-9790862-6-4 / 0979086264