Known for his multidimensional portraits, Felix de la Concha conducted many interviews with the people he portrayed in his artwork. He is also known for his collaborations with his wife, University of Iowa professor Ana Merino. On this site, created by the Iowa Digital Library, users can peruse 50 interviews from his career. Featured on the site "are Spanish-language interviews with some of the leading cultural figures in Spain, as well as English-language interviews recorded in the U.S., including writers at The University of Iowa's International Writing Program." Visitors are welcome to browse all of the interviews, or they can search by language and other terms. Of course, visitors can also view each portrait and also learn a bit more about this project on the site.


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