The photographic portraits of Brazilian artist Angélica Dass go far beyond the fixed walls of museums or galleries. They help educate us about one of humanity’s most important lessons.
Namely, that the colours of our skins "make us see each other as different, even though we are equal". (We borrowed that line from Dass’ brilliant TED talk of 2016).
Discover the award-winning work of Dass for yourself, if you haven’t already, as more than 100 of her portraits line the leafy banks of the SNFCC Canal to remind us all that skin colour is simply an objective human characteristic.
The Humanæ portrait collection opens the door to a world where variety and diversity are natural and only contribute to the beauty of life itself. The series in its entirety is ever-evolving and currently contains more than 4,000 photographs that have traveled to more than 40 countries, revealing the full glorious spectrum of the human palette.
Away from our stereotypical prejudices, what is the true hue of humanity, asks this intriguing Spain-based photographer.
See if you can find your own pantone twin among the line-up.