Exposure № 059: El amor a la patria

Photographer Naama Sarid continues to share her wonderful images with us, and tells us a little about “El amor a la patria”:

The title of this photo is taken from a national Cuban song named Abdala, by Jose Marti, which talks about one’s love for his nation. This photo shows the other side of this love, sacrificing yourself for your ideals.

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Naama Sarid-Maleta’ is an architect. She began an intense career as a documentary and conceptual photographer in Madrid (2008) and has contributed to magazines and publications in Europe and Israel. She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Ukraine, Spain and Israel. Her sustained challenge as an artist is the desire to “build dreams” in visual codes. She had developed a scheme of work based on the interaction of enforcement procedures and the organizations of architecture and a conceptual result more expressionistic and plastic in its nature. Her husband is also an architect and photographer from Cuba, and they work as a team with multidisciplinary projections.

Her other contributions to Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.