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Artist Andrea Arroyo Honors the Lost Girls of Ciudad Juárez

OF NOTE magazine

In describing her own work, Arroyo has said that she uses the female form to connect all women—linking the past with the present, the vulnerable with the indestructible. Through these divergent bodies of work, she dares to compare the slain and nameless women and girls of Juárez with female figures of iconic renown. She uses the subjects of one group to exemplify what the others might have become, equalizing the significance of all.

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