MARIELA SANCARI: MOISÉS

The Argentine photographer is convinced that seeing the inert body of a dead person helps one to overcome one of the most complex stages of grief: denial. She was unable to see her father’s body and has therefore doubted his death in countless ways. In this volume, Sancari proposes and undertakes a fictional game in an attempt to help “show” the infinite storeroom of the unconscious, a lie that allows us to represent our real desires and fantasies.

Time, The Guardian and Photoeye have selected Moises as one of the best  photobooks of the year.

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MARIELA SANCARI: MOISÉS