In 1607, during his short stay in Naples, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio painted an astonishing allegory called Seven Works of Mercy. Through a complex dynamic and a wonderful play between light and shadow, this painting uses different narratives to represent the seven corporal works of mercy. Like Caravaggio, I worked with real people. The purpose was to reflect on the contemporary society through the nudity of people with a tough background. This body of work consists in two series and includes both the corporal and spiritual works of mercy. The set is a continuous game of duality through body and spirit, man and woman, light and dark, life and death.