In this series titled Self-Portraits, Narrative and Obsessions (2019) and inspired by several versions, it is the myth of Narcissus that has been my main thread, this great hunter proclaimed as such by his peers, who by discovering the image its great beauty reflected on the surface of the water of a spring falls madly in love and stops hunting.
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