Analia Cid will present “On the edge of an invisible river” at the Spéos Gallery, 7 rue Jules Vallès, 75011 Paris, from November 8th to December 9th, 2022.
Opening of the exhibition: 8th November, from 6pm to 9pm.
“On the edge of an invisible river” is a documentary essay begun almost unintentionally in early 2020, when Analia Cid started using her analog camera to record community activities at the health center where she worked in the Municipality of San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina. From there and throughout the coronavirus pandemic, her relationship with this territory grew and expanded to the people and grassroots organizations that inhabit it.
The images presented aim at narrating what is ignored by the Argentine mass media when talking about this place: the community work of hundreds of people, mostly women, who — day by day and without being paid for it — put their will and determination to transform their neighborhoods into better places to live in.
Analia Cid (1990) was born in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she lives and works as a community worker in the public health system. She holds a degree in sociology from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and is completing a Master’s degree in Feminist Studies at the National University of San Martín (UNSAM). She has participated in collective photographic exhibitions in Italy, Austria, Canada and France and is currently part of Women Photograph and The Journal Collective.
Analia is a Spéos 2016 graduate from Creative Documentary and Photojournalism by Magnum Photos & Spéos.