Ysabel Turner created an altar in her 2018 exhibit at the New York City Aperture Foundation.

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Artist Ysabel Turner says she realized years ago that she needed to divorce her Puerto Rican identity from the Goya brand. She used her photographic series to do just that.

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Ysabel Turner created an altar in her 2018 exhibit at the New York City Aperture Foundation.

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