This exhibition displays 14 prints intervened with oil.
In this exhibition, Carmen Aldunate represents, through her characteristics female figures, violations of moral norms, as the lust, anger, gluttony and pride which contrast with virtues such as humility, charity and diligence.
In the work of this artist, their faces take on the appearance of masks and draperies of real armor, hiding when living under the appearance.
With this, the painter wishes to symbolize the whole human being that, in essence, never "give face" and daily lives using different masks. A dark harmony of colours that accentuate the soulful nature of these images.