By Adriana Herrera

Art Nexus

Issue #79 Dec – Feb 2011

In modern times, á la Charles Chaplin, it was still possible to speak about love. The vertigo of the contemporary, even as we debate the end of postmodernity, to makes doing so increasingly more difficult. Heriberto Mora’s exhibition The Home, at the Miami Alliance Française’s Carré Rouge Gallery, brings to mind Roland Barthes’ declaration: ‘Discredited by modern opinion, the sentimentality of love must be assumed by the loving subject as a source of transgression that leaves it alone and exposed.’

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