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Prensadas (Pressed), Inmaculada Salinas

"For me press images are an endless source of material with which to work in one way or another. A long time ago, I realised that, almost unconsciously, I was collecting groups of photographs in a folder without a specific theme. Later on, going through them, I noticed that the female figure was a recurrent subject. I selected them because they caught my attention, they talked to me, or they simply attracted my attention. When I understood that there was that link between them, I felt that maybe there were more images of women than men in the media, so I decided to pick up several newspapers and count their photographs. However, the surprise came when I found that it wasn’t like that at all."

Abstract from Inmaculada Salinas text Prensadas (Pressed)

Language: Spanish and English
Pages: 32
ISBN: 978-84-940701-0-5
Size: 22,5 x 15 cm
Price: 10 euros
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