4 July - 26 September 2021
09.00 AM - 05.30 PM
Last admission 5 pm
Twenty years ago, Cécile Ka, then a student at the University of Seville, worked on the similarities and differences between the Camargue Regional Nature Park and the Doñana National Park, located south of Seville. These are two protected natural areas where visual images have forged strong identities, of which the regional costume is an expression. From 2017 to 2019, she photographed those whom contemporary Sevillian dress transforms into another version of themselves on festival days. In order to show the changes brought about by the embodiment of identity reflected in the costume, she also had the models pose naturally, simply dressed in a gray T-shirt. In 2020, Ka began a new project with people wearing the costume of Arles.
Exhibition curator: Estelle Rouquette.
Scenography: Studio Cécile & Thibault.