Antoinette Araco was an American artist born in the Bronx in the 1960s. She was a major influence in the art world for her unique style of self portraiture, which often featured her as a deeply contemplative figure. Antoinette moved around a lot throughout her life, from New York to Los Angeles and then to New Mexico, which is where she has been based for the majority of her career. Her works often focused on themes of human experience, identity, and nature, utilizing a variety of mediums such as photography, painting, and installation. Some of her most notable works include “Betwixt & Between”, “Moonflower” and “The Series of Days and Nights”. Antoinette Araco is best known for her poetic imagery, in which she portrayed the emotional complexities of the human condition.
Artist, Self-portrait, Contemplative
— Mei Wang
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