The prestigious photographer Cristina García Rodero, an authentic institution in our country, stars in the exhibition "Terra de Somnis", organized by the La Caixa Foundation and the Ibiza Town Hall.
The exhibition wants to give voice to of of rural communities in Anantapur, One poorer areas of India, and where the most vulnerable and marginalized communities in the country live, with whom the Vicente Ferrer Foundation has collaborated for many years.
García Rodero spent a month and a half visiting these communities and documenting their living conditions. Thus, through 40 stunning photos teaches us without complexes uniqueness and asymmetry of the Indian rural world, a scenario that combines past and present and mixes the natural with the fantastic, focusing especially on the female world, portraying his strength, sensitivity and ability to overcome.
To do this, it brings art out to the street and allows us to enjoy these powerful snapshots in full Paseo de Vara de Rey from Ibiza town, where the exhibition will be located from the May 12 to June 13, 2021.
Cristina García Rodero (Ciudad Real, 1949) is one of the most important photographers in our country and in the world. Degree in Fine arts is the first Spanish to have been part of the prestigious photojournalistic agency Magnum and has received countless awards, among others, the W 1993, the National Photography 1996, the PhotoEspaña 2000, the Godó of Photojournalism 2000 or the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts 2005. She is also the first Spanish photographer with a own museum In his hometown.
A trip to the most unknown India, a place that seems suspended in time, by the hand of a revolutionary artist.