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The Art of Orne Cabrita

The paintings of Orne Cabrita transmit a lingering nostalgiafor a fantasy on the verge of disintegration. Her storybook-like charactersfloat dreamily among paint spatters and abstract designs, their curved bodiesspiraling away towards the unseen. On Sunday, Orne debuted her new solo show, “Todasesas buenas intenciones” (or, “All those good intentions”) at Barcelona’s CasaGalería Taller. Filled with masked figures and cryptic iconography, hercanvases and wood panels evoke a sense of mystery only known to the sullenjesters and wizards that inhabit her works. Nastia Voynovskaya shares somefavorites from the opening night.

The paintings of Orne Cabrita transmit a lingering nostalgiafor a fantasy on the verge of disintegration. Her storybook-like charactersfloat dreamily among paint spatters and abstract designs, their curved bodiesspiraling away towards the unseen. On Sunday, Orne debuted her new solo show, “Todasesas buenas intenciones” (or, “All those good intentions”) at Barcelona’s CasaGalería Taller. Filled with masked figures and cryptic iconography, hercanvases and wood panels evoke a sense of mystery only known to the sullenjesters and wizards that inhabit her works. Nastia Voynovskaya shares somefavorites from the opening night.

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