«I go forward in search of chance meetings and other life experiences. The portrait is born from a fragile and silent intimacy that struggles against the sinking into oblivion. It is the “cannibalisation” of the other, of his difference and of our common humanity. The fusion, the appropriation, the transfiguration of beauty, grace, and dignity, that makes us resemble one another a little more....
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