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To Wish Impossible Things

Harif Guzman from New York, NY
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Harif Guzman wandered the streets of New York during the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and created this piece to capture the feelings of loneliness that exist within personal change alongside resistance and strength. The piece was unveiled in New York City during Armory Arts Week 2013, and was selected by the Whitney Museum of Art for their annual art party auction in 2013. The piece is considered a turning point in Guzman's career, thanks to its colors and technique.

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Mixed Media. From the Harif Guzman collection "Now That I?m Sober?"
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  • Product Dimensions: H 90.5 Inches x L 84.0 Inches
  • Product Code: V1180593

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