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The term “rancho” is synonymous with home. It describes the most basic and spontaneous dwellings, born out of need, revealing in its ingenuity the complex Argentine idiosyncrasy and their ethnic, natural beauty. They have survived the progress of the urban world, and many remain isolated in unspoiled areas and inhospitable territories in various Argentine provinces.

Interview with Lucio Boschi in FOCO.

Product Details

Stock
8 Items
Weight
1.38 kg
Width
25.00 cm
Height
32.00 cm
Depth
1.00 cm
ISBN
978-987-9395-51-6
Language
Bilingual ( Spanish / English )
Photography
Black and white
Pags
160
Country
Argentina

Adobe entrance, El Colte, Salta.

Guaraní woman with son, community of Kapi i Poty, Misiones.

Doña Ubaldina Sotelo in her house, Santo Tomé, Corrientes

"To enter a “rancho” is to experience the most primary of sensations, to accept a connection, sometimes brutal or rude with the forces of nature. There, every object is charged with a sensibility, a history and a sentiment".

Children drawing, Misiones.

Peasant with machete, Santiago del Estero.

Wall with dolls in the house of doña Vilma del Valle, Belén, Catamarca.

Cockerel with hanging washing, on the road to Salsacate, Córdoba.