Anita Pouchard Serra

Visual storyteller and photojournalist
BUCHAREST, lost in translation
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nationality: Argentinian
Biography: Visual storyteller and Photojournalist // Born in 1985 // Buenos Aires, Latin-America and paris //  former architect and anthropologist From my years as a dancer, I keep a love for bodies, its expressions and movements. As an architect, a... read on
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BUCHAREST, lost in translation
Credits: anita pouchard serra
Date of Work: 02/09/18 - Ongoing
Updated: 11/27/19
Location: bucharest
Far from the postcard image of its neighbors Prague, Budapest or Krakow, Bucharest is a beloved or rather poorly known in the circle of capitals of Eastern Europe. The post-89 transition seems to be a permanent state, where changes are sometimes brutal, sometimes absent. Bucharest seems to be in the image of Romanian society, a collage with strong contrasts, where internal forces oppose ideas and feelings from yesterday, today and tomorrow.
This essay proposes to draw a contrasting portrait of Romanian society, with the playground of  Bucharest daily life and its surroundings, between an old generation sometimes jostled by an uncertain future, which appears brutal and a young generation free from all ties to the recent past.

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