Family pictures, memories, landscapes and scenes from the everyday life constitute the portrait of an attitude and a way of life.
The portrait of a generation where marriage was “until death do us apart”, and a time of misery and oppression marked by the Spanish Civil War. The portrait of man and woman, father, mother and son, their worries, dreams, disappointments, experiences and feelings. The portrait of identity, origin, memory and a life like a puzzle that need’s solving.
Sometimes a confusing portrait, almost blurred, like memories. A portrait where facial expressions question the past, present and future, on the debate of life itself.
We go round and round again but questions remain: who are we and why are we like this?