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WAY OF BEING – Francene Keery: The charm of the Paraguay River, in photos

Look into nature, you will understand everything 

Looking for a good book, walking on Avenida General José de San Martín (Asunción), you find a place where they offer a quality service that allows you to have access to the library with the best prices and brands. By promoting cultural and educational growth, El Lector http://www.ellector.com.py/ contributes to the dissemination of culture, creating favorable spaces for meeting with knowledge. Try asking them Río / Reflections, a photographic series by photographer Francene Keery, depicting the rivers and shores of Paraguay.

Her images have been exhibited in galleries and museums and are part of many collections. She received a Master of Fine Arts Photography in 1982. During her adolescence, Francene Keery http://francenekeery.com/index.php/biografia/ sensed the emotional power photography had in portraying people and their way of life. Her playground was museums and libraries, theater and friendships with experimental artists.

She has resided in Paraguay since 2002, dedicating her time to the creation of photographic and audiovisual projects. She has taught photography workshops in Mexico, exhibiting in Paraguay at El Museo del Barro, and participated in the first Biennial of Asunción in 2015. In 2016 Francene Keery http://www.postpravdamagazine.com/rio-reflections-paraguay/ won a contest for her essay “Retratadas desde Adentro” on the inmates in the women’s prison of Asunción.

An interest in documenting diverse cultures has lead to travels through the USA, Latin America, Caribbean, and China. Río/Reflections, is the title of the series depicting Paraguay’s rivers and shores. Exploring the endless visual and cultural delights of a small South American country surrounded by rivers. Since 2002, Francene Keery http://francenekeery.com/ have lived beside the Rio Paraguay, camera in hand. Her images reflect cultural and ecological concerns, the main subject and plot of this essay is the Paraguayan river.

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