Israel Garcia has brought the embroidered works of the late Antonio Antonio Ramirez Sosóf from Guatemala to display at his Kansas City gallery, Garcia Squared Contemporary. To give visitors a better view of both sides of Sosof’s works, Garcia framed some of the pieces for viewing from the back (left) and others from the front (right).
Israel Garcia has brought the embroidered works of the late Antonio Antonio Ramirez Sosóf from Guatemala to display at his Kansas City gallery, Garcia Squared Contemporary. To give visitors a better view of both sides of Sosof’s works, Garcia framed some of the pieces for viewing from the back (left) and others from the front (right). Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Israel Garcia has brought the embroidered works of the late Antonio Antonio Ramirez Sosóf from Guatemala to display at his Kansas City gallery, Garcia Squared Contemporary. To give visitors a better view of both sides of Sosof’s works, Garcia framed some of the pieces for viewing from the back (left) and others from the front (right). Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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