In the street, I saw dozens of faces, each telling incredible stories, hard, beautiful, fun and sometimes complicated; but in these faces there is a whole universe to discover and it is through the photo that I try to describe the human in all its sensitivity, its poetry, its fragility, its dramas, its absurdities, its emotions … A work must be a source of emotions and feelings, but it must also lead to reflection. In my work I like to try to reveal the singularity of each being beyond its appearance while blurring the border between mental balance and madness,...
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