Angélica Arbulu: Warmi, Women's stories

This series of photographs captured over several years in different continents, aims to honour the role of women in marginalised societies where they are often both adored and silenced.
The artist Angélica Arbulú seeks to reflect their resilience, a silent rebellion that manifests itself through simple acts that are sometimes politically charged, but often simple everyday acts that silently affect the lives of different communities.
The stories of these women are written on their faces. Warmi is the Quechua word for woman. 

 

This exhibit will be shown at the Alizanza Francesa in Quito, Ecuador.