Inês Amaro

Portuguese artist Inês Amaro illustrates a world that mirrors the ego friendly- borderline narcissism rampant in many contemporary societies. As art imitates life vanity is exposed. What is striking here is the voided anatomy that narcissism latches onto. Mere fabric floats; heads and limbs omitted. Rather than the image being photographed and manipulated, each piece is hand painted, longing for a time past… a time more focused on the contents found within the body, rather than the obsession with the limbs and faces attached to it.




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  1. Something very historical and eerie about these pieces. Borderline humor too. Well executed….nice!

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