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Reunion is one of Victor Bregeda’s most visually impacting, romantic masterpieces. The male and female faces on opposite sides are separated by the rift of a great ravine. The crack in their relationship traces back to the original sin, represented by the sliced apple.
The knife serves a dual purpose. On one hand, it is the means by which the forbidden fruit was tasted, bringing the consequences of both pain and suffering. On the other hand, the knife is a bridge that makes a connection of the two severed halves that were meant to remain whole.
Victor makes his grand finale with the two critically important clues; the united couple that is walking at a distance and the face of God who is orchestrating their reunion.
In the end, Reunion is a peaceful reconciliation between a man and a woman, a perfect harmony of God’s most sophisticated creation.