Venue: GARCIA DE ORTA, PANJIM
Time: 16:00 – 22:00
Neighbouring Frontiers is an exhibit of photographs made by the participants from Ana Bloom’s workshop of the same name. In this workshop, the participants defined a personal project, crossed a frontier that they feared with the help of a camera, and also produced a piece of art with it.
Read more about the workshop here.
Ana Bloom is a French photographer, art director and visual artist. After completing a BA in History and a Master Pro in Visual Art, she worked as a fashion producer, and as a photo assistant for renowned French portrait and fashion photographers. She launched her personal career in 1998, collaborating with magazines like Libération, Télérama, Marie Claire, Dazed and Confused, The Independent, Cosmopolitan, the trend company “Studio Edelkoort”, Milk Magazine, le Monde, and Private, among others. Some of the biggest international brands have relied on her to build their image. Her art revolves around questions of identity and questions our relationship with nature and the environment. She has also worked on assignments for cultural institutions, creating art workshops for children in housing projects, which are sponsored by UNICEF. Her art has been collected by Contemporary Art Fond, and The Berezdivin Collection in Puerto Rico, and exhibited in France and the United States of America. She currently teaches at the Paris College of Art.
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