“The Eternally Collapsing Object of My Affection” by Roxanna Fuentes (2018)

The wind kisses her breasts and unfolds in a wreath
Her great veils rising and falling with the waters;
The shivering willows weep on her shoulder,
The rushes lean over her wide, dreaming brow.

The ruffled water-lilies are sighing around her;
At times she rouses, in a slumbering alder,
Some nest from which escapes a small rustle of wings;
A mysterious anthem falls from the golden stars.

Arthur Rimbaud, Ophelia

 

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Untitled 1 (2013)
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Untitled 4 (2013)
Untitled 5
Untitled 5 (2014)
Untitled 17 (2015)
Untitled 16
Untitled 19 (2016)
Untitled 13
Untitled 23 (2016)
Untitled 17
Pink Rabbits (2017)
Untitled 23
To Ramona (2017)
Untitled 33
Purple Raincoat (2018)

 

Roxanna Fuentes is a photographer based in Montreal, Quebec, working primarily in female portraiture. Roxanna explores her fascination with aesthetics, passion, romanticism, and inner contemplation through a series of representational and abstract images. “The Eternally Collapsing Object of My Affection” is a career-spanning gallery representing the separate phases of her work and the recent developments in her style.