The works of Santiago Porter manifest a concern about the representation of absence, space and history. After delving into the intimate sphere in his photographic series titled Pieces (1993-2002), The Absence (2001-2003), Porter conceives the project Bruma, a series that he began in 2007 and consists of three chapters, which like a book, weave a story of cyclical evolution.
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