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[Patrick Appel] I loved these photo-installations by Isidro Blasco. It is as if he has taken the collages of David Hockney and expanded them into three-dimensions. Photography naturally has a very thick skin; using photos as objects is unsuccessful more often than not. Blasco succeeds because he embraces the wooden supports, making them as important to the viewer's experience as the photographs.

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