The Centro Cultural de España based in Buenos Aires presents Viví. Women with a present life, exhibition of photographs by argentine photographer Néstor Díaz, a series of portraits of brave women.
"Viviana was my wife. She died following a breast cancer when she was 35 years old. The series of portraits Viví. Women with a present life is an homage to her, to her struggle, and to all those women who put up a fight, and who continue to do so, against this illness."
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