Le maschere (Masks)
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This assemblage is dedicated to the mask, one of the dearest themes to Brajo Fuso since his pictorial debut inspired by German Expressionism. In this context, Carnival masks have negative and reflective meanings about contemporary society represented by the action of hiding oneself, the homogenisation of the single individual to the political and cultural stereotypes, but also the appearance that hides a lack of content.