Orlando Condeso

Orlando Condeso


“What is reflected in my print is the first years in New York. Which were full of emotions due mostly to the impact of a new culture. I felt the necessity to communicate to the viewer a message charged with the reality that I was living. My solution then was to write on the prints a long text instead of a title. This text reflected my view of the world and at the same time limited the free interpretation of the image.” – Orlando Condeso, 1981

So Much Dragging Our Shadows


So Much Dragging Our Shadows by Orlando Condeso


Title: So Much Dragging Our Shadows
Artist: Orlando Condeso
Date: 1971
Medium: etching on paper
Dimensions: Image size: 19 x 17 inches; Framed: 21 ¼ x 19 ½ inches
Accession Number: H77.19









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