Frida Kahlo said that she painted "so many self-portraits because I was alone for a long time." It is the most intimate moment of an artist, he in front of a mirror or a photograph, or perhaps in front of his own memory. With this self-portrait, Carla Fuentes talks about herself, her preferences and her flaws, making it a surprising piece, with no brake showing her interior. But she does it with criticism towards what her generation lives, exposed to the Social Networks to such an extent that the artist forgets who is really the one who takes the brush.
Technique: Guache on paper.
Size: 80 x 60 cm.
Signed by the artist.
*This artwork is sold framed in white color.