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February 8, 1992 | JUDY CANTOR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In Cervantes' picaresque classic, Don Quixote sets off on his knightly crusade at the first light of dawn, a time that Spanish artist Soledad Sevilla calls "the hour of freedom, that special hour when so many things can happen, and time seems to stand still." "It Must Have Been Daybreak," an installation by the artist included in the exhibition "Imagines Liricas: New Spanish Visions," at Cal State Long Beach, re-creates that poetic moment.
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February 8, 1992 | JUDY CANTOR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In Cervantes' picaresque classic, Don Quixote sets off on his knightly crusade at the first light of dawn, a time that Spanish artist Soledad Sevilla calls "the hour of freedom, that special hour when so many things can happen, and time seems to stand still." "It Must Have Been Daybreak," an installation by the artist included in the exhibition "Imagines Liricas: New Spanish Visions," at Cal State Long Beach, re-creates that poetic moment.
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February 8, 1992 | WILLIAM WILSON, TIMES ART CRITIC
This year, Spain hosts the Olympic Games at Barcelona and celebrates the 500th anniversary of Columbus' first voyage to the Americas. It looks like a country on the brink of a blossoming. Some 17 years after the death of ruler Francisco Franco, the Iberian nation might act as a forecaster of how rapidly the recently crumbled Communist bloc will learn the lessons of a free culture.
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March 5, 1992 | CATHY CURTIS, Cathy Curtis covers art for The Times Orange County Edition.
Anyone who has reveled in the flamboyant pop vision of filmmaker Pedro Almodovar knows that Spain has changed massively with respect to cultural energy and permissiveness since the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, who died in 1975. Still, with some notable exceptions, contemporary Spanish artists are not particularly well known in the United States.
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