"Hidden Face" (2021) is a painting done in oil on canvas. It metaphorically describes the prevailing hypocrisy of today's society. We see a creepy face split along its axial axis. A second face with a hieratic gesture emerges from it. Both faces are depicted without pupils in the eyes. This results in a lost, creepy, soulless look. The subject is deprived of all personality, thus becoming just another individual in the crowd. The work symbolically reflects the cynicism of today's society and its empty values. We continually try to hide behind an even emptier and more superficial mask. In this way, the individual is camouflaged in collective hysteria, which feeds on vanity, consumerism and stereotypes."Hidden Face" is a work by Javier Sada, a multidisciplinary artist based in Spain. He works with different techniques such as oil painting, engraving, music and video art. Trained in humanities, his works try to reflect aspects of today's society conceived through a personal and critical look.