I’ve just learned that my new mexican serie “Sangre Rojo” has been selected as one of the special Juror’s Picks in the new LensCulture Art Photography Awards this year 💖💖💖.
From all my heart, Thank You so much Catherine Edelman Gallery and LensCulture for this incredible honor . I’m feeling so blessed that my voice as a photographer is shared through you, after only 6 months if this extraordinary country that is Mexico. You have no idea how this reward and your words accompanying my serie touch my heart.
With all my love …. 💖💖💖
Founder / Director
Catherine Edelman Gallery
In 2014, 43 male students went missing from a small Mexican village, sparking worldwide protests and the arrest of dozens of police officers and cartel members. While the reason for their abduction and murder remains unanswered, the stain on Mexico, and its people, remains today. Anne Charlotte Guinot’s series, Blood-Red / Sangre Rojo, addresses this incident, reminding us that beneath the majestic landscape bordering Mexico City lies the blood of countless murdered civilians, including these 43 students, some who have yet to be identified. It’s a powerful series that deserves our attention”