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Olmos

Castel was detained in the penitenciary of Olmos (southwest of Buenos-Aires) for 14 years. He was allowed to paint and started developing various techniques ranging to clay to soap making that he would later use for his "Manos de Perón". Castel learned the skills as the prison produced goods for the argentine market.
Las Bandejas (lunch trays) are probably the most expressive pieces he produced in jail. Each ceramic piece displays texts from the newspaper sections alongside abstract patterns. Only 5 pieces remain at present time.