Rolando Castellón: Monographic Study


Authors: Clara Astiasarán, Ernesto Calvo, Tamara Díaz Bringas, Paulo Herkenhoff, Howard Pearlstein, Virginia Pérez-Ratton and Raúl Quintanilla

Publication year: 2006

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This monographic volume is about artist and curator Rolando Castellón (Managua, 1937, aka Moyo Coyatzín and Cruz Alegría), an artist who began working in the 70s and continues to this day producing works that take root in their physical relationship with nature, in his memories of soil, dust, mud, as sensory elements and materials, but also as sources of thought and symbolic values ​​related to identity and the self as the other. This book gathers essays from critics, curators, friends and accomplices, as well as a wide selection of images comprising the artist’s work (from his early up to his most recent), and especially the great exhibition Rastros (Traces), a magnificent work-in-progress held for several months at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MADC) in San José, Costa Rica, in 2005.

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