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Doris Salcedo Fills a Public Square in Bogotá with the Names of Civil War Victims

Yesterday, Bolívar Square turned white in the name of peace. A new site-specific work by Doris Salcedo covers the heart of Bogotá with 7,000 meters of white fabric. The post Doris Salcedo Fills a Public Square in Bogotá with the Names of Civil War Victims appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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