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Eduardo Sarabia - "There Will Be Better Days"

May 20, 2009 by Kay

Eduardo Sarabia's exhibition "There Will Be Better Days" is at Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, between Thursday 28th May - 31st July 2009.

To see Eduardo's works sold through Other Criteria, click here.

There Will Be Better Days

Deeply fascinated by the exploration of Mexican current popular culture, Eduardo Sarabia has focused this new project on the collision between urban and natural environments. Needless to say, in Mexico, one of the main links that connect these two separate worlds is violence: drug-related hit men running free on the streets, committing bloody public executions, almost all of which find regular coverage by some of the many yellow journalism magazines specialized in the subject. While charred, mutilated, riddled bodies have become everyday usual images on newsstands, Mexican "spectacle-lization" of blood and crime has grown to unprecedented degrees. Once celebrated by the people, these new extremes have opened new and contradictory perspectives.

There Will be Better Days