Special edition, numbered, signed, with original photograph
The work of the talented photographer Cristina Fraire provides testimony and preserves part of the province of Córdoba’s patrimony and inheritance, keeping an isolated community in the Sierras de Córdoba vivid and alive. Her approach to its members came to be a relationship of confidence and intimacy. Which is evident in the documentary quality of her work.
- 0.88 kg
- 22.00 cm
- 22.00 cm
- 2.00 cm
- Bilingual ( Spanish / English )
- Black and white
Shearing day. Flaco (Slim) Cufré. At the Pedro Domínguez homestead. Alto Chicharrón.
Tatán López taking photographs. Moisés López homestead. Los Socabones, on the way to Mount Champaquí.
Llama and willow. Ricardo “Chesqui” homestead. Los Calabozos, Pampa de Achala.
"There, in that solitude, in that desert of hay and stone, in that isolated, austere, rigorous, but at the same time magical and beautiful place, I would find that I was photographing reflections of my own existence, questions on the human condition and questions about myself. These were the signs of a personal cosmogony". Cristina Fraire
Margarita González wearing her 15th birthday outfit. Fabián González homestead at the base of Mount Champaquí.
Turkeys. Armanda Merlo homestead. Donkeys. Moisés López homestead. Los Socabones.
Little dog sleeping in doña Nena’s homestead at the base of Mount Champaquí.
Grandmother Ignacia Oviedo de Merlo and her turkeys. Los Cerros, Pampa de Achala.