I write in English, Spanish and French to expand my photographic work on the themes that inhabit my research such as migration, identity, territory and women's rights. Between chronicles from fieldwork to more reflective essays.
France to (un)assemble
The Revolution is a cocktail that does not mix itself
Of the many ideas that the West has about France, none begins in the suburbs of Paris, where millions of French people of all colors and origins are building a country that comes out of stiff images and lives processes that transform society in real time. When politics ignores these processes, it takes the country back to 1789. Or what did they think France was?
French-Argentinean chronicle ahead of the World cup Final
THE TURNING POINT
1968 resonates in the collective memory as an evocation of the airs of freedom and rebellion that swept through several countries, from the Prague Spring to the French May. It was a spirit of change far removed from the context in which María Inés Farías was born that year, into a religious and traditional family in Tucumán, northern Argentina, shortly before the beginning of the military dictatorship in 1976. However, the rebellion, the search to break an imposed order would gradually come into her life, until she became a recognized activist for the right to abortion and its legalization in the Argentine Patagonia.
Can This Crisis Be Used to Build a Better Future in Argentina?
In the slums of Buenos Aires, government aid has been slow to materialize. Instead, community organizations are leading the fight.
WE DO WHAT THE STATE DOESN'T
As migrant women, Ana, Juana, Andrea, Susana and Patricia participate, organize, discuss and sustain community life in Villa 1-11-14. They are the eyes and hands in a neighborhood where the State sometimes does not provide enough and, at other times, is disconnected from the territory. "What the government doesn't do, we do," they say. Anita Pouchard Serra narrates their lives, their militancy and shows why, in the midst of the pandemic, to exist is to exist politically.
THE WORLD CONTINENT
THE SCREAM OF THE TEENAGERS IN CHILE
Strolling through the quietly deserted streets of Santiago on a sunny Sunday afternoon, one comes across these urban expressions of the current student struggle in its daily version, with no days off: the tomas. They are the territorial diffusion of the claim for public, free and state education. A reminder to the citizen who refuses to see a Chile that burns, a Chile that seems to surprise itself.