<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez
<b>People of the Mud </b><br>Luis Alberto Rodríguez

People of the Mud
Luis Alberto Rodríguez

Loose Jointz, 2020  |  First edition
Hardcover, 114 pages, 230 x 275 mm
Condition: New
People of the Mud is a powerful series by Berlin-based US-Dominican artist Luis Alberto Rodríguez, made collaboratively amongst the communities of County Wexford in Ireland, where ancient tradition and modern life rub shoulders daily.
Rodriguez’s work pays tribute to the metaphorical weight of centuries of physical labour behind cultivating the landscape and maintaining cultural heritage. People of the Mud is a collective community portrait of all the different elements that construct modern, rural Irish identities. Just like any family portrait, it is at times dysfunctional and contradictory; it gathers all the ruptures and continuities between the past and present.
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