The first time I saw Guernica in person, I confess that I cried. In my life, I imagined that I had reacted like this to it, I do not usually shed tears so easily, less in front of other people. Honestly when I went to see it, I thought that I already knew it by heart from art classes and I was not going to be surprised. I could not believe it. For me it was much more than just that historical moment in Guernica, it was like standing in front of a giant mirror. I relived all the years of #dictatorship that we Venezuelans have been resisting, for some almost our entire life.
From that moment, that gigantic work has been tattooed in my way of working. Inevitably it is present: Achieving that mirror is my goal every time I draw new ideas.
In the eyes of the world, these last days have become a summary of those 20 years of tragedy. It is concentrated evidence in a few hours. The road is not easy, but we’re on it. We are well 🇻🇪 If you want to share write me your email by DM .
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