• Red Shoes, 2007

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Red Shoes was taken at a chaotic party by photographer Camila Rodrigo Graña, and depicts a group of young Lima inhabitants who are searching for an alternative lifestyle. Part of her series Simulacrum, 2007, the photographer admits to being very much one of her own subjects, and realizes that her peer group is intensely self-conscious. This high-quality giclée print comes to us from Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.

"Red Shoes," from the series Simulacrum, 2007. Giclée print. Limited edition of 25. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 24” H 20”. Overall dimensions: W 24” H 20”.

Proceeds help benefit artists, maintain the quality of Aperture’s publications and programming, and support the organization’s mission to connect the photo community with its audiences, in print, in person, and online.

Camila Rodrigo Grana
Archival Pigment Ink Print
United States
W 24” H 20”

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