Dime quien soy

Making portraits that hide the face might sound as a paradox. In this series faces are hidden,what we most want to see is absent and so we are forced to look even harder. Faces might be the most superficial identifying features of a person, but much more telling is the way that their environments and clothing styles characterize them. By not showing faces, specific identities of people are hidden, and they can end up entering into a sort of universal expression of the human form. However in these pictures this sense of universiality is subverted by the really quirky situations where each of these figures are placed.