keywords: Perras, Prostitution, Stories, Problems, Expectations and Necessities.
Immigration is a deeply personal and often challenging experience for those who undertake it. For many, the journey is motivated by a desire for a better life, whether that means greater economic opportunity, more personal freedom, or a chance to escape conflict or persecution. However, the reality of life in a new country is often far more complex than imagined.
One of the harsh realities faced by many immigrants is the struggle to make ends meet. This is particularly true for those who arrive with few resources or little education or language skills. In some cases, immigrants may find themselves turning to prostitution as a means of survival.
This is the story of one such immigrant, a mother from Latin America who came to Europe seeking a better life for herself and her family. Like so many others, she found that the reality of life in her new home was far different from what she had imagined.
With few job opportunities and mounting financial pressures, the woman turned to prostitution as a means of supporting herself and her children. It was not a decision she made lightly, but rather one born of necessity.
Despite the risks and the stigma associated with her work, the woman found a way to make a life for herself and her family. She forged connections with other immigrant women in similar situations, forming a network of support and solidarity that helped her navigate the challenges of her new life.
Virgin - 50x50cm. Ecoline, pencil and marker on paper
Over time ! Her story is a powerful reminder of the many complex factors that drive people to immigrate, and the often difficult choices they must make in order to survive in a new and unfamiliar place. It is also a testament to the resilience and strength of those who undertake this journey, and the deep bonds of community and support that can emerge in even the most challenging of circumstances.
Call girl - 70x50cm. Ecoline, pencil and marker on paper
Pillow fight - 70x50cm. Ecoline, pencil on paper
Clock timer - acrylic painting on canvas 80 x 80 cm