WHEN I DIE, GO TO THE HAIRDRESSER FIRST






"When I Die, Go to the Hairdresser's First" (2015), is based on one the last things my grandmother told my mother before she past away. That phrase sums up her way to see life, in which concepts like death, that cause sadness, fear and respect, shares with a 'mundane', 'superficial' and 'daily' subject which is beauty.

Throughout the years, death has led to a higher level: we respect and fear death . Through this project, taking as a starting point the relationship women have with beauty, I sought to bring death to a more earthly, daily and even comical level.
Exhibitions:
2018: 58 Peruvian Female Photographers, Convento Santa Catalina, Arequipa, Perú

2017: 58 Peruvian Female Photographers, Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso, Lima, Perú

2015: De tal palo tal astilla, Tarazona Foto, Zaragoza, Spain; Fotoproyectos, Efti, Madrid, Spain