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Giclée print on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl paper.

Size 30x16 cm without white border.


"In Kabbalah, the term 'Machsom' is often associated with the concept of the 'Machsom L'fi' (מכסום לפי) or 'Barrier of the Beard'. This concept is part of the Kabbalistic framework that describes the different stages and barriers which the soul encounters as it ascends through the spiritual realms into union with the divine.


The "Machsom L'fi" is considered an important barrier separating the higher spiritual realms from the lower. It is said to be a point at which the soul undergoes a profound transformation, releasing certain impurities and limitations before it can continue its ascension. Crossing this barrier is a crucial step in the soul's journey toward spiritual enlightenment and union with the divine.


The term 'Machsom' itself means 'barrier' or 'border' and emphasizes the idea that there are specific thresholds or stages that the soul must cross in its quest for higher consciousness. The symbolism and details of these concepts may vary between different kabbalistic traditions and teachings.


Through this visual art photo series, audiences are invited to engage in a contemplative visual journey, reflecting the stages of soul elevation in the Kabbalistic teachings. The series combines aesthetic beauty with profound symbolism, creating an immersive experience that encourages reflection on the mystical dimensions of spiritual growth.”


Pardo Iannini was born in 1977 in Bogota, Colombia. His first contact with photography came with an Everflash camera, gifted by his father when he was 11 years old.


A drummer since the age of 14, he studied engineering and later moved to Great Britain and Italy, eventually coming to the Netherlands, where he obtained an MBA. A few years later he studied photography at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam. He has explored meditation and various spiritual paths.


In 2019, his graduation work was based on the experience of ayahuasca and his contact with the spirit world. This intersection of the invisible, spirituality and photography has been his focus ever since. He has been nominated by Fresh Eyes Magazine as one of the GUP New 2020 Photographers and Top 100 European Emerging Talents




Pardo Iannini

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  • Machsom


    Giclée print on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl paper.

    Size 30x16 cm without white border.

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