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SILENCE IS GOLDEN

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Photography - Total edition of 30 - Chromogenic print - Aluminium Dibond - Matte acrylic glass - Baroque frame

SILENCE IS GOLDEN

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THE STORY BEHIND…

She’s the kind of woman the devil is scared of with her hand lightly gripping that so-called silencer. Who needs a judge to put you under gag order. She’s ready to punish, you don’t need to tell her twice.

This work is inspired by Salomon Mesdach’s Portrait of Anna Boudaen Courten (1619), Ferdinand Bol’s Portrait of Elisabeth Dell (1653) and Rembrandt van Rijn’s Portrait of Oopjen Coppit (1634).

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Carolina Mizrahi was born in Rio de Janeiro, and after graduating with a BA in Fashion Photography and Styling from the London College of Fashion, she has cultivated an illustrious career in the UK. Her background in fashion design and advertising has firmly established a specific inventiveness of vividly composed fine art photography. Her experience within different art industries has developed a visual rhetoric that addresses gender stereotypes and the representation of women in advertising and contemporary beauty rituals. In the same vein as Warhol, Mizrahi situates her photography on the superficial precipice of advertisement, drawing upon inspiration from a distorted reality that’s frozen in surrealism.