Leon Center Collections

Photographic shot showing the profile head of an old woman, and part of her body located between a dark bench in the foreground, and an ecclesiastical ambit diffused in brown with fragments of light in the background. Located in a foreground displaced to the right, it allows us to appreciate the light of a vain at the end of the aisle of the liturgical space. Loaded with great sensitivity, this image tells us about the customs and habits of ordinary people.

Curious fact:

The group Jueves 68 was the first photographic group that accommodated the lens artists who had similar interests to investigate, share and travel capturing the details and beauties to share them in exhibitions with the general public, commented Ramírez in an interview conducted by Sara Hermann in August of the 2005 for the exhibition catalog Reinventions: Dominican photography post dictatorship.

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