His name might ring a bell but you don’t know him. Enrique de la Vega works on portraits and the theme of celebrities who put themselves into the spotlight. At the same time, he has decided to stay in the dark for obscure reasons -- and this is not the first paradox that caracterizes this artist. (in French)
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