Chilean photographer Magdalena Correa’s latest exhibition Vidas en el límite, is currently on display at the Isolina Arbulu gallery.
Magdalena travels in search of the extreme corners, of lives on the edge of the world. The exhibition is a personal investigation that starts with cohabitation for long periods of time with unknown and surprising indigenous people and cultures, capturing everyday moments.
The exhibition aims “to achieve awareness and reflection of the viewer on human life that takes place in these territories of difficult and scarce access: to show their existence,” explains Correa.
Magdalena has received the Alfredo Valenzuela Puelma Award in Photography (XI International Biennial, Chile) and her works are part of numerous public and private Spanish collections, including the Audiovisual Department of the Reina Sofía Museum; Museum of Fine Arts of Santander; IVAM, Valencian Institute of Modern Art of Valencia; Port of Barcelona, among others.