Author: alexia@ahaaa.es

Visit my next art exhibition: “Art Shopping Paris” Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

For those of you who are in Paris, come and see my work exhibited at the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris for a two day only exhibition between the 9-10 June, 2012.

I will be exhibiting three artworks about feelings, change and the sea…
More in my next post :-)

Exhibition information:
Entrance €6. Open from 11:00 to 20:00.
At the Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli (Pyramide – cour Napoléon) (Arr 1) Metro: Palais Royal – Musée du Louvre

Similarities: Two Brothers from Surrey, England and Malta

Similarities: Two Brothers from Surrey, England and Malta

Two Brothers: John and Frank

This set is called: Two Brothers from Malta
As part of the series: Similarities: An Investigation on Hereditary Alikeness which goes beyond generations, age and gender.

As part of an ongoing investigation on hereditary genes and the way they are received from parents and passed on to their offspring, I focus my attention on physical likeness in my Similarities series.
Unlike my previous work, this series of work is not based on image manipulation, making the project refreshingly simple. The exhibition consists of photos of real people on transparent sheets overlaid on top of one another – allowing the viewer to witness the resemblance passed through generations in a clear and easy way.

The process is extremely simple, yet the results are fascinating.

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives.

Similarities: a mother and her two daughters from Canada

Similarities: a mother and her two daughters from Canada

A Mother and her two daughters
A study on the facial likenesses passed on through generations, notwithstanding age and gender.

In continuation with the SIMILARITIES series, I investigate methods to show physical alikeness between faces in a simple and visual way.

Mother and Daughter I

Mother and Daughter II

Sisters

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives. These photos were sent to me from the models via email.

Similarities: a grandmother and her two daughters from Canada

Similarities: a grandmother and her two daughters from Canada

AN INTERNATIONAL FAMILY living in Malta/Canada: Grandmother and her two daughters
A study on the facial likenesses passed on through generations, notwithstanding age and gender.

In continuation with the SIMILARITIES series, I investigate methods to show physical alikeness between faces in a simple and visual way.

Grandmother and Daughter I

Grandmother and Daughter II

Grandmother and Daughters

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives. These photos were sent to me from the models via email.

Similarities: A Mother and Her Daughter from Barcelona

Similarities: A Mother and Her Daughter from Barcelona

 

This set is called: A Mother and Her Daughter
As part of the series: Similarities: An Investigation on Hereditary Alikeness which goes beyond generations, age and gender.

A Mother and Her Daughter: Dulce and Clara

As part of an ongoing investigation on hereditary genes and the way they are received from parents and passed on to their offspring, I focus my attention on physical likeness in my Similarities series.
Unlike my previous work, this series of work is not based on image manipulation, making the project refreshingly simple. The exhibition consists of photos of real people on transparent sheets overlaid on top of one another – allowing the viewer to witness the resemblance passed through generations in a clear and easy way.

The process is extremely simple, yet the results are fascinating.

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives.

Similarities: a grandmother and her son from Ponferrada, León, Spain

Similarities: a grandmother and her son from Ponferrada, León, Spain

Mother and Son: Encarnación and Ceferino

This set is called: A Grandmother and her Son from Ponferrada, León, Spain
As part of the series: Similarities: An Investigation on Hereditary Alikeness which goes beyond generations, age and gender.

As part of an ongoing investigation on hereditary genes and the way they are received from parents and passed on to their offspring, I focus my attention on physical likeness in my Similarities series.
Unlike my previous work, this series of work is not based on image manipulation, making the project refreshingly simple. The exhibition consists of photos of real people on transparent sheets overlaid on top of one another – allowing the viewer to witness the resemblance passed through generations in a clear and easy way.

The process is extremely simple, yet the results are fascinating.

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives.

Similarities: A Mother and Daughter from Edinburgh, Scotland

Similarities: A Mother and Daughter from Edinburgh, Scotland

Mother and Daughter: Rosemary and Jeni

This set is called: A Mother and Daughter from Edinburgh, Scotland
As part of the series: Similarities: An Investigation on Hereditary Alikeness which goes beyond generations, age and gender.

As part of an ongoing investigation on hereditary genes and the way they are received from parents and passed on to their offspring, I focus my attention on physical likeness in my Similarities series.
Unlike my previous work, this series of work is not based on image manipulation, making the project refreshingly simple. The exhibition consists of photos of real people on transparent sheets overlaid on top of one another – allowing the viewer to witness the resemblance passed through generations in a clear and easy way.

The process is extremely simple, yet the results are fascinating.

NB: the photos themselves have not been edited on photoshop, I have just made the layers transparent so as to better see the similarities between relatives.