Charlie Carillo: Tradición Y Alma
The art of the santero, or saint maker, has been a vital part of Hispanic New Mexican culture for some 400 years. Charlie Carrillo is a key figure in the new generation of santeros. This lavishly illustrated survey of his work provides a lively introduction to a unique art form.
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