A kaleidoscope of triangles, squares, round shapes. The faces of the great stars of film history take form in this collection of Geometric Portraits.
Making a portrait through geometric shapes, with a strong cubist inspiration, means analyzing a face in its essentiality. It is an exercise in the composition and recomposition of familiar features. In this case, the faces that we have so greatly admired in films, on billboards, and in the pages of magazines are fragmented but preserving their identity.
The Geometric Portraits series captures the hidden architecture of appearance. The graphic power of the arching of an eyebrow, the brightening of a smile, or the darkening of a face.
There is no irregularity as in cubist works in this alternative language of representation. Instead, the formal regularity of these portraits manages to convey an almost glacial calm. They are magical and mysterious, like Marlene Dietrich's gaze; or fragments of ice that refract, like light blue Bette Davis' eyes.
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