Feliciano Centurion receives his first solo exhibition in the United States almost 25 years after his death. The Paraguayan artist reached his peak in the 90s combining traditional folk art with modern social activism. The majority of the works on display are delightful and colorful textiles featuring animated crabs, shrimp, and octopus. Also on view are sketches from the artist and personal philosophies embroidered onto pillows. It is a charming exhibition and brings long-overdue credit to an amazing artist.

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