Portraits critiquing the racial stereotypes prevalent in Latin American mass media.
Latin America has one of the highest levels of inequality in the world with a racialised class system that promotes informal separation of ethnicities which is further compounded by the reinforcement of prejudice through the Media. This series critiques an article featured in Hola magasine in 2011 about the 'Beverley Hills' lifestyle of the Zarzur family based in Cali, Colombia.
Series I / III
Image from magazine, publish in Hola magazine, 2010
Inequality in Colombia is one of the highest in the world and maintained through media stereotyping of ethnicity and gender. This series critiques an article featured in 'Hola' magazine in 2011 about the 'Beverley Hills lifestyle' of the Zarzur family based in Cali
Negritas y blanquitas series
50 x 70 cm Oil on Recycled Canvas 2013
Oil on canvas 45 x 68 cm 2013
Pieles I & II
Oil on canvas found in charity shop - 100% recycled 79 x 178 cm 2013
Image taken from 'Hola' magazine
2011 Article from Hola magazine describing Beverley Hill lifestyle of Zarzur family based in Cali