30 Days in the Life of A.

In August 1990, Kuropatwa presented Thirty Days in the Life of A. It consisted of portraits of his friends, landscapes and buildings. Shots were taken in expired and scratched 35 mm Polaroid film. Curator Martha Nanni said: “The scratches were the damage he inflicted on himself. The show was an enormous metaphor for the universe of AIDS”.
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Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Lo que usted ordene, Maestro.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

Picture from "30 days in the life of A.". Buenos Aires. 1990.

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