Art of the Day: "L'une, 2017" by Catalin Ilinca

Art of the Day: "L'une, 2017" by Catalin Ilinca

It is a double meaning word. I found it appropriate for this series; in French it means "the one" (she), and "Lune" - moon.

It's a moody portraits series, where I want to express the fragility and beauty of the woman features, by trying to capture a moment, an impression. They seem reflexive, or day dreaming, or maybe slipping into a melancholic, undefined mood.


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