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Camila - Trapped - Limited Edition 2 of 25
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Camila - Trapped - Limited Edition 2 of 25 Photograph

Louise O'Gorman

Ireland

Photography, Color on Aluminium

Size: 7.9 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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Taken from the "Camila" Series. Giclee prints onto archival matt finish photographic paper. The photos from this collection are from a limited edition of 25. ---------- Camila O’Gorman was a socialite in 19th century Argentina. She was executed over a scandal involving her relationship with a Roman Catholic priest. She was 20 years old and eight months pregnant when she her lover faced a firing squad. Louise encountered the tragic story of Camila whilst living in Buenos Aires. Sharing the same surname as Camila and that of Irish ancestry intrigued Louise to research further into the life of Camila. Hearing rumours of the ghost of Camila which inhabited a house in which her brother once lived, Louise gained access to this former home. Here in the house in Tigre in the province of Buenos Aires, Louise spent her days interpreting Camila through a series of atmospheric and emotive self portraits.

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Photography Print:Color on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:25

Size:7.9 W x 11.8 H x 0 D in

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Louise O’Gorman is a photographic artist from Ireland. She started her career working as a PR and portrait photographer. She has photographed many familiar faces, from Prime Ministers in Downing street to those living in some of the poorest communities for International NGO’s. She now focuses her attention on personal projects creating images using long exposures, reflections, shadows and some digital darkroom techniques. Often putting herself in the frame, her self portraits tell stories of a person, a place or an emotion. Many of her self portrait images are used on Book covers. Her documentary work has been exhibited internationally, with her more personal work being been sold to private collectors worldwide.

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