Cristina Tufiño is a Puerto Rican artist best known for the installations and photography she creates inspired by a social debris. Tufiño gets her inspiration from the social surroundings. Cristina’s expression comes in a form of certain rearranging of cultural products as if they were her very own artistic material.
We just really felt like being in 1989 today, and we felt like going to one of the most influential bands of the indie scene over the past 25 years, one of those bands that makes most Pitchfork indie possible today. So enjoy the Pastels. C-86, NME in the house.