This work is part of the exhibition Antonio Dias: Defeats and Victories. Here, the artist uses an enlarged photograph of the whiskers of his own beard, which continue to grow despite daily shaving. This image covers the cylinders that recall the genocide and forced migration of the Serbian war in the 1990s; the photo, which revolves around the cylinder and never ends, evokes the irrational rituals of pain, such as the razor blade that skins the male face daily without ever permanently triumphing.


  • Title: KasaKosovoKasa
  • Creator: Antonio Dias
  • Date Created: 1996
  • Physical Dimensions: 400 x 600 cm área total
  • Technique: Digital photo on PVC columns (10 pieces)

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