The work of the photographer María José Puche, exhibited since this weekend at the City Council of Lorquí, "captures 'what there is' and, at the same time, what, in justice, 'should have'", as is collect in the brochure of said sample.
A project between snapshot and painting that represents some of the most significant moments in the life of a female historical character with a strong symbolic charge such as María Magdalena.
"The artist vindicates María Magdalena and, with her, all women, freeing them from all the burdens and damages that, in history, weighed on the female backs, preventing them from leaving their visible footprints."
The exhibition is the first of the three that will be hosted by the Ilorcitano consistory within the Exhibition Space Plan, which is developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and the Institute of Cultural Industries and Arts, and will hang from the walls of the same until the next November 4.
It can be visited during business hours at the Town Hall from 8 am to 3 pm.
"This project adds to the intense and varied local cultural proposal, giving an opportunity and a space to young regional artists who find a place to make themselves known and show their work. An initiative that seems wonderful and with which we will continue to collaborate, "as the mayor, Joaquín Hernández, pointed out during the opening of the show last Friday.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorquí