TOKYO-2020 Fine Art / Portrait


  • Prize
    Silver in Fine Art/Portrait
  • Photographer
    Diana Rubi
  • Technical Info
    Canon Eos 6d Mark Ii, 17-40 Mm
  • Photo Date
    April 11, 2020

Laundress is a self-portrait that represents humanity. A character that lives in time, that fights under a sun that gives life and sometimes death, that cleans what it has to be cleaned and lives without worrying about what tomorrow holds because always see and believe in hope, always look at what a new world could be like. It is like a painting in process, it is being built and evolving, and we all have our own vision of it.

I’m a Cuban-born, self-taught photographer and visual storyteller based in the United States. I seek through my photos to capture the thought, human fragility, and its nature through surreal representations that are often an open question that makes you look more than once. My greatest passion is telling stories, not only to satisfy myself but to show others a part of themselves, through universal emotions and mysterious metaphors that fill the gap between visible reality and imaginary vision.