Maria Eugênia Nabuco’s experimental approach brings out once again the aesthetic of the body withdrawn, enigmatic, but here she places her models in the corners of their homes, isolating them from all else. This isolation is accentuated by the surrounding emptiness, which is almost palpable and seems to envelop all human beings. The body is there, hair falls like a […]
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