AmericaB&WFeaturedNudeYou will love again by Patricia Ackerman

The desire, the love, the violence, the look, the beauty. …everything is to build. You must build the language that you will inhabit and have to find the ancestors who make you more free.

The desire, the love, the violence, the look, the beauty. 

…everything is to build. You must build the language  that you will inhabit and have to find the ancestors who make you more free. You must build the house where no longer live alone and you must write the new sentimental education by that love again. And you will do all this against the general hostility, because those who wake up are the nightmare of those who still sleep …,”. -Tiqqun-

About Patricia Ackerman

She was born in Buenos Aires. She is a psychologist interested in psychoanalysis. She did photograph in her youth, and  went back, in an uncontrolled way, 8 years ago, as an autodidact. She likes to take pictures of people in different situations, their expressions. There are almost always people in her photos, in presence or in strokes of his absence. She likes to take photos in the street, with people immersed in casual geometries, which change as in a kaleidoscope. In the last times also the nature has captured her.

She has participated in various individual exhibitions, and collective, in Buenos Aires, Chile, USA, London and Colombia. And her photos have been selected in many national and international competitions. (first prize in National Sony Awards 2014, second prize in Nikon Award 2014-2015, finalist in the Zeiss Award 2016, pre-selected in Hariban Award 2015. Honor mentions in many awards.) [Official Website]

You will love again | Patricia Ackerman
You will love again | Patricia Ackerman

You will love again | Patricia Ackerman
You will love again | Patricia Ackerman

You will love again | Patricia Ackerman

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You will love again | Patricia Ackerman
You will love again | Patricia Ackerman

You will love again | Patricia Ackerman
You will love again | Patricia Ackerman

One comment

  • serge janssens

    May 24, 2017 at 23:58

    Patricia Ackerman à osé ,mais cela en valait vraiment là peine . le résultat est superbe . J’aime beaucoup …

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