Saving Faces Art Project by Mark Gilbert features in the BMJ, 1 April 2002

“Gilberts powerful portraits allow us to experience something of what the patients themselves may feel. They capture more than just the form of the patients faces—the intensity of the face damaged by trauma, or unveiled during the surgical process, and the changing emotions and character of the patients. Many of the “post-op” images demonstrate the importance of surgery and the positive impact it can have.”

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