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Bilbao, Spain

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PRINTS

LANDSCAPES

2011-ongoing

A collection of landscapes and nature photographies from Ana Maria Arevalo throughout the world.

RETRATOS DE SUPERVIVENCIA: CUENTAPROPISTAS EN LA HABANA

2012-2013

Retratos de supervivencia: Cuentapropistas en la Habana are portraits of a new economical model for the Cubans to work. Around 70 professions are since 2012 considered “freelancers”, meaning they don’t have to work inside the government price line but on the contrary they can freely choose their own price for the service they are offering.

HAMBURG CALLES

2015-2016

Hamburg Calles is a project that started just when Ana Maria moved to this city in 2014; intrigued by her new home she uses photography as a method of recognition, she captures how people and this place behave through the seasons of the year.

LES GITANS DE TOULOUSE

2011-2013

Ana was sitting along la Garonne river in Toulouse when she first crossed a gypsie. Full with curiosity she followed him to his camp and asked him if she could come back to visit them the next day, at first they said no, but then they heard she was not french. When they realized she was venezuelan, an outsider, they let her in their lives. She kept on visiting them and photographing the way they live for two years. She is planning to come back to Toulouse and continue.

TRAVELLING THROUGH SRI LANKA

2016

Sri Lanka is a place like no other. A country from the past, where tradition is celebrated and honored, but technology has also found its way in to their culture. Bathed in warm light and covered in dust. Strangely slower than the western pace, fascinating on the variety of smells and ardent burning addictive flavors. To wander around Sri Lanka, besides being an underestimated quest with birdy songs, loud buses and the constant sound of waves as a soundtrack at the coast, is pretty mind-blowing and what the whole Indian experience should be all about. It is also a change on the preconception that a person can have on the Sri Lankan society: People that are peacefully rising from the ashes of a long war, poor but hard working.

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