Miguel Ángel Gaüeca


Me, Myself And I (2001-2004) uses the self-portrait as a connecting thread for this series, which is linked to the idea of the creator’s logo/brand, in which each image presents different stereotypes and realities associated with the figure of the artist. It is a reflection on a fragmented personality displayed as a consumer good that ironically analyses the construct of the contemporary individual.

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