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Painting: Watercolor, Charcoal, Graphite, Pencil, Black & White on Cardboard, Paper.
One evening, following a lecture by an Italian psychoanalyst I hear this sentence: what it means to be woman?
A question that cannot be answered: too deep to be solved. Women are elusive enigma.
I wanted portrait women through the simplest elements: water and carbon. The same materials of which it is composed in our body.
Faces, expressions and looks come from social media, a long side with the research of every woman in observing other female references in an attempt to understand something more than herself.
Like a collection of references that help to trace the self-image begging from the figure, the other.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection