11/04/2007 11' 25''
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The exhibition "Carlos Pazos: Tell me nothing" takes a look at Carlos Pazos' more than thirty-year career, not by following a linear or formal evolution but rather by reconstructing the ecosystems of his work. This journey shows his interest in collage, the images that popular culture offers, attention towards the abject as a structural element and the art of collecting as a constant.
SON[I]A presents the impressions of Manuel J. Borja-Villel, curator of the exhibition, María García Yelo (sub-director of MNCARS) and Carlos Pazos himself. This programme includes fragments of audio from two pieces from the exhibition: "Ni se compra ni se vende" (1972) and "Mnemocine. Película recortable" (2006–2007).

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SON[I]AexhibitionCarlos PazosManuel J. Borja-VillelMaría García Yelocollectionpopular culture