In this moving volume, Argentine photographer Mariela Sancari searches for her deceased father in the faces of 70-year-old strangers―the age her father, Moisés, would have been today. For the portraits, Sancari recruited men who resembled Moisés, clothing them in his old, woolen sweater.
About the Artist:
Mariela Sancari was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1976. She lives and works in Mexico City since 1997. Her work revolves around truthfulness and fiction in images, using personal narratives to explore the boundaries of the scope of photography as a means of representation. Fellow of Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte FONCA, 2015-2018, works as a freelance photographer.
About the Publisher:
La Fábrica works in various fields of contemporary culture with their own projects or in collaboration with companies, public institutions and other entities interested in developing activities related to these areas.