Casa de Velázquez invites us to discover 5 photographers: Anais Boudot, Maria do Mar Rêgo, Marianne Wasowska, Anna Katharina Scheidegger, and Aurore Valade Anaïs Boudot “It is in the footsteps of Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross that Anais Boudot followed during her year at the Casa de Velázquez. The figure of a woman walking through the landscapes and her inner journey guided the series La noche oscura, a first set of photographies of places of worship, places of passage and habitation through mystical Spain. In black and white, these architectural elements seem to bathe in an...
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