"Mariela Sancari's Moises (La Fabrica) also negotiated a taboo subject in a powerful and deftly handled manner. The subtext is the suicide of her father, Moises Sancari, and the hole it left in her and her twin sister's life. Mariela sought out men who resembled her father as he might have looked had he lived into his 70s. She photographed them dressed in his clothes, with her own image often appearing like a shadow in the image. Both obsessional and formally accomplished, Moises is a study of grieving that lodges in the head like no other photobook made this year "