Video: Leonora Carrington, Paseo de Reforma, Mexico City – Los Angeles Times

Phantoms come, phantoms go. They swirl around Leonora Carrington, a tiny woman of 91 with a tart intellect and a posh British accent, as she sips Earl Grey tea at her kitchen table. They rise like black vapors from the pavement of Avenue Reforma in the Mexican capital, where a menagerie of Carringtons nightmarishly enigmatic sculptures startle pedestrians and spook passing cars….

This video was made to go with with this Los Angeles Times piece by Reed Johnson.

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