PICTURES OF ME In Pictures of Me, Fava presents a set of works developed during her residency period in New York City, between 2016 and 2017, when she dedicated completely to her research and experimentation.

In the exhibition, the worlds depicted in the artist's paintings take the viewer's gaze to the socially imposed conditions and issues that generate insecurity, vulnerability and fear, always to the same: women, black people, poor people, immigrants. A work on how violence becomes a plausible thing. The show was exhibited at the Galeria NYC, in New York.

SISTERS
SISTERS

Oil on paper - 31 x 41 cm

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CURRENT
CURRENT

Acrilic on canvas - 20 x 30 cm

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THE YELLOW ARROW NO LONGER
THE YELLOW ARROW NO LONGER

INDICATES ANY PATH AND ANOTHER CHILD DIED IN THE FAVELA - Oil on canvas - 90 x 90 cm

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THE BOXES THAT SURROUND US 1
THE BOXES THAT SURROUND US 1

Oil on canvas - 60 x 4 cm

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THE BOXES THAT SURROUND US 2
THE BOXES THAT SURROUND US 2

Oil on canvas - 60 x 4 cm

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MOTHER
MOTHER

Pigment and glue on paper - 33 x 22 cm

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DRAIN OF ME OR SELF PORTRAIT 5
DRAIN OF ME OR SELF PORTRAIT 5

Oil on wood - 49 x 30 cm

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BARNABÉ AND THE OLD SLAVE
BARNABÉ AND THE OLD SLAVE

Gouache and watercolor on wood - 33 x 22 cm

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SILENT INVASION
SILENT INVASION

Gouache and watercolor on wood - 18 x 25 cm

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ABOUT NEW YORK
ABOUT NEW YORK

Oil on wood - 38 x 62 cm

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