Magdalena Correa Larrain

S/T, 2005
40 x 40 cm
Editions: 3
1.331 €
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Magdalena Correa Larrain

Magdalena Correa Larraín is a contemporary Chilean artist, born in Santiago in 1968. She graduated in Fine Arts with a major in printmaking at the Catholic University of Chile, where she began to develop her interest in photographic and video research on isolated and extreme territories where man dwells.

After her initial training, Magdalena continued her academic education and obtained her PhD in photography and video from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, accredited by ANECA. In addition, she obtained a Master's Degree in Cinematography Direction from ECAM, the Madrid Film School.

Magdalena has been a member of the Research Line "Applications to Audiovisual and Multimedia Systems" of the Engineering Department of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, in Barcelona. Currently, she teaches in the Fine Arts Degree at the Universidad Antonio de Nebrija.

His specialty is photographic and video research on isolated and extreme territories, where he explores themes related to identity, memory and the relationship of man with the natural and social environment. Some of his most outstanding projects include "Austral" (2006), about the XI Region of Aysén in Southern Chile; "La Desaparición" (2008), about the Gobi deserts in China and Mongolia and the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile; "Níveo" (2011), about the Chilean village Villa Las Estrellas, located in Antarctica; "La Rinconada" (2013), about the highest gold mine in the world, located at 5.600 meters above sea level, in the Ananea District, Peru; "Luxury has a new Address" (2014), about the wealth and ostentation of Kuwaiti society; "Wayúu" (2015), about the Wayúu ethnic group located in the desert of Alta Guajira, Colombia; and "Suiti" (2018), about the Suiti culture (intangible heritage of Unesco on the verge of extinction), located in Alsunga, Latvia.

With a prolific and recognized career, Magdalena Correa Larraín is one of the most outstanding contemporary artists in Chile, who through her projects seeks to explore the relationship between human beings and their environment, generating deep and original reflections on identity and memory.


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