In 2011, Ignacio Navas (Tudela, 1989) discovered in a picture of his baptism an unknown young woman holding him in her arms. His search to learn who she was and to reconstruct her life became an obsession and led him to develop Yolanda. This highly emotional project is a journey through a love story documented in domestic pictures of family albums and current images of the places where the life of the young woman took place.
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