Tierra de sueños / Land of dreams shows us without complex the uniqueness and asymmetry of the rural world of India. It is the most unknown access key to India, a social map where shadows come to life. A scenario where the past is confused with the present, the natural with the supernatural and the fantastic.
For a month and a half, Cristina García Rodero, the first Spanish to be part of the Magnum agency, visited hospitals, shelters for women victims of abuse, workshops, schools and houses, obtaining portraits that give voice to those often Forgotten: boys and girls, people with disabilities and, in particular, women. Mothers, peasants, seamstresses, brides of different confessions, teachers, nurses and students play a prominent role in this project, which represent one of the main drivers of the transformation of Anantapur communities.
Through the photographs made by photographer Cristina García Rodero, the exhibition aims to give voice to the women of rural communities of Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh) and highlight their power to transform the communities where they live.
The Galician writer, Manuel Rivas, points out in the catalog of the exhibition: "We see those looks a...read more