Hilda Palafox “Un día a la vez” @ Thinkspace Projects, Los Angeles

“My work is inspired by the mystery of the feminine, in the meaning of its physical, emotional and spiritual state,” Hilda Palafox said of her newest body of work. “An exploration of the visible body as shapeless matter willing to mold itself.” There is a major shift in Hilda’s work over the past few years, and Un día a la vez, on view at Thinkspace Projects starting October 16, is her most assured work to date. 

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