Women and art

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Sara Ramo

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At the moment you can find the photographer Sara Ramo’s work at the Photographer’s Gallery in Soho in London. The exhibition is called Movable Planes and is supposed to be “inspired by the innocence of childhood and magical realism.”

It’s not an exhibiton that makes you go “wow!” at first glance and just looking at the pictures doesn’t make much sense since they’re not aesthetically appealing (except for the picture above), but Ramo has put much thought in her art which makes it interesting. Originally from Spain, Ramo went to university in Brazil and is now based in Paris.

The paper balls are supposed to represent thoughts that were never followed through, but that are still there invading your space.


Written by womenandart

November 24, 2009 at 12:28 pm

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