The photojournalist Manu Brabo re-lives through the conflicts of war that take place in places as Syria, Lybia, Iraq or Egypt with his exhibition ” One day anyone “, which has been showed by National Geographic in the cultural center The Neomudéjar in collaboration with the winner of the prize Pulitzer 2013.
The foto journalist tells what tries to show in his first work elaborated in solitarily, ” what one sees in these images is not `un day anyone ‘ for us, but for them, which live through these things “. It wants to offer the different spectators ” more tools to analyze a reality that affects us in an indirect way “.
The work shows the different trip for the conflicts and different revolutions that have been generated at the beginning of the 21st century, specially in Middle East, emphasizing in Lybia, Syria, Egypt and Iraq. Brabo also says to us that also they have repercussion in different zones, ” of his more visible consequences in very much nearest Territories “, speaking about the migration produced by these countries to zones of Greece and Hungary.
Manu brabo comments on the following thing in relation to his work, ” I Hope that the people could follow a statement `histórico ‘, of people who has tried to improve his lives, but that has gone out for them badly and they end anchored in these wars, and also that they understand that this can happen to all and because of it we have to take care much what we have nearby and far, because ultimately this is like the sea, you throw the shit and it returns always to the shore “.
“When you begin in this work you think that you are going to change the world, then you think that you are not changing anything, but if the photojournalists we do not do our work, if we do not put information about the table is, I think that the things would be worse “, comments on the foto journalist Manu brabo.
As for the interests for which his work has been in preparation, it indicates not to follow any ” political agenda “, does not look for the money with his photos, but ” they provoke a reaction in the people ” and in turn provoke that the scale balances.
From National Geographic’s headquarter Partners, the person in charge Daniel Perez, it comments that the work realized by the foto journalist follows a related structure to the brand, which allows to show what is happening around and in turn to stimulate the persons in order that they think over and generate different emotions in the people.
Daniel Perez, assures that they do not want to remain in the conflict of the only country. He speaks on Manu Brabo, commenting that has been employed at many sites of the world from 2007 but that on the other hand decided to centre on everything happened on the different Arabic countries from 2011, says that it is a question of a species of kaleidoscope, focused on the different warlike conflicts that they take place at present.
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