This new series (2019) is a part of creative process wishing derealized the self-portrait, photographic gender that I practice since the late 1990s by digital perspective. Here, my photos are made from my real face that I deform or transform. Sometimes I represent me like a woman or by juxtaposition of two different self-portraits modify on the same image. Each self-portrait is mark by various expressions of my moods and affects very changing from one to another. In this sense –many years ago— the discovery of carved self-portraits called “heads of character” by Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (1736-1783) which are very […]
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