Photographer Neyda Pitt explores the many facets of her personality with her insightful self-portraits. Her work doesn’t shy away from the less glamorous aspects of her life in Buenos Aires. From public demonstrations to private moments at home, Pitt finds the beauty in everyday existence.
In Verano de pobre para autorretrato, she cools herself in front of the refrigerator with a Japanese fan and a hair dryer. Her pearls and sunglasses hint at a lavish existence, yet she struggles to say cool on a hot summer day, highlighting the gap between dreaming and being.