60 x 80 cm
Archival ink on Photo Rag Satin paper
Ed. 2+ 1 A.P.
It is through the systematic collection of photographs acquired in street markets that Sergio Belinchón has been able to build a visual archive of scraps of forgotten albums and fragments of unknown experiences to experiment through the radical gesture that is to intervene in the originals, the invention of images transgressed that shift their meaning towards critical slopes with the male figure of power and his iconic representation of a man in a suit. In Men in suit, not only are these men of the last century deprived of their faces, but their individuality is symbolically mutilated to reject, at least conceptually, this canon of masculinity, power and control. Ros Boisier Ros Boisier