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I talked with Torres, who lives in the Uruguayan city of Montevideo, about the difficulties of sustaining a career when he is one of the world’s first examples of how an art-world legend is constructed.
Vanity Fair: When did you first get to know Joe Massot?
Jaime de Torres Serrato: When I was a kid I looked at portraits of the actors I loved. I always used to see the photos of Marlon Brando, and people like that. When I got to know Joe Massot, I was in a place where I had a connection to all of these people.
VF: Do you consider yourself a celebrity artist?
JTS: No. I’m not like that at all. I’m not a showman.
VF: Massot was a bit like that.
JTS: Sure, but only in the moment. Some people don’t like that. They think that I’m very cold. But no, I don’t think I’m very cold.
VF: A lot of the work that you did with Massot had a very specific character: It was light, with a color palette of tangerine and orange. What made you want to do that kind of work?
JTS: I’m from Uruguay. I studied in Rio de Janeiro in the early 70s. I used to go to museums there and look at the sculptures. There were a lot of people who worked with color, with light, with space. It was always important to them; I liked that work.
In 1982, I went to New York to live, and I learned about the kind of work in the art world
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