In 2005, Julio Grinblatt took a picture of a clear and cloudless blue sky; over several years and in several countries, he sent the same negative to different color labs. The result, a series of prints entitled "Cielito Lindo," brings to mind Maurice Merleau-Ponty's observations on the use of color by Cezanne, says critic Eva Díaz.
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|Cielito Lindo by Julio Grinblatt. Courtesy of Minus Space|