Marcela Taboada Click to Enlarge

Marcela Taboada is a mexican photographer who lives in Oaxaca (Southern Mexico). Her recent work "Habilitados" (Oaxaca, Mexico 2011) is a strong document about a Public Center for impairment and disabillity, where thanks to the help of the physical therapists these children and their families have a hope to a better quality of life.

"This portrait is from my Indonesian series "Distant Links" and was done in a small village called Padasan Pakem where the Merapi volcano erupted last year.This elder lady still works as a farmer in the rice crops. What attracted me was not only her beautiful spirit, but all the batik garments that surrounded her, that is part of a strong heritage of her culture."

Product Description
These Giclee prints are on Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper. 

Merapi farmer wearing batik by Marcela Taboada

18 X 24 inches
$500.00 (signed print/unframed) 

Edition of 10

30 X 42 inches
$1,500.00 (signed print/unframed) 

Edition of 10

42 X 63 inches
$2250.00 (signed print/unframed) 

Edition of 5

All limited edition prints are supervised, numbered, and signed by the artist.

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