The visible gaze, behind the mask and makeup of Venice's Carnival, has led me to a relationship game between observers. This series of photographies was displayed and catalogued in Spain last January. The writer Antonio G. Ribelles wrote in that catalogue, where talks about the symbology of the eye. The eye is recognised as a superior power in all cultures. Is the eye that sees but simultaneously it enlightens. The photographies show the desire to see without being recognised. The "wall-costume" protects you and makes you powerful for a while.
Luis Marino Born in Spain in 1960. He was living in New York between 1984 and 1985, and was a founding member of the ‘Latin American Artist Group, Inc.’. He returned to Spain in 1986 and founded ‘Grupo de Artes Plásticas Almagra’ and, in 2014, ‘Grupo Art Nostrum’. He is a collaborating member of the ‘F-20 Photographic Association’ since 2012. TRAINING: Professional Master in Technical Photography and Expression, UCAM University, Murcia; Postgraduate Certificate in Visual Arts, Photography and Creative Action, Miguel Hernández University.