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Alfredo Cernadas Quesada

Art Critic. Buenos Aires
From "Navigators". Published in "The Buenos Aires Herald, Buenos Aires, July 9, 1996.

(...) Ravi Shankar's Concerto for sitar and Orchestra comes to mind at the sight of Carlos Kravetz's fantastic, gorgeously coloured, mysterious paintings in which he combines Hindu and Persian elements (...) Raul Miranda Pico. From "RUTAS LABERINTICAS HACIA EL MITO Y LA HISTORIA". Published in "Gaceta Iberoamericana", Washington D.C., March-April 1997. In spite of the intensity and intention that Carlos Kravetz puts in his canvases, his messages are clear, and sent in a direct way.

We believe that the main aspect of his work is the conjunction of almost all element of authenticity used to serve the ideas, and why not, the emotions. So, this magnificent canvas, named Triptych of Moses in the waters reveals the mystery of his messianic destiny, while floating adrift on the cradle along the Nile?
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