This selection for BIG_Review focuses on exile, but it is also linked to the idea of destiny. What marks a life? Irregularities and meaning. To the shipwrecked is induced a loss but also a reconstruction that can be significant to the immigrants but not only. In this way, Ramírez’s work can vibrate within us with its humanistic and poetic vision. — Elisa Ganivet, Art & Borders Editor. All images copyright the artist, Enrique Ramírez. No reproductions without authorization.
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