Laurence, Robin
November 1997
Border Crossings;Nov97, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p47
The article highlights the artworks of Claudia Cuesta. The author mentions that Cuesta is known for her sculptures and mixed media-projects. It mentions about the progress of sculpture of Cuesta called "Confession" on which she uses steel boxes. It explains that the project is related to Roman Catholicism.


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