Ojo De Agua by Carina Wachsmann

Argentina – In the Salinas Grandes, 2 thousand square kilometres of blinding contrast between bright blue sky and the cracked and crusty expanse of white and turquoise is spellbinding.

In the Andes mountains the indigenous population continue to live in a sacred symbiosis with Pachamama, The Mother Earth, to help preserve and protect the world. These natural pools are Pachamam´s
holy place.

Carina Wachsmann was born in Ulm (Germany), she holds a Bachelor degree from University Schwäbisch Hall and an awarded scholarship at the Cleveland Institute of Art in Ohio. She has lived 8 years in Rome and is based in Paris since 2013. Carina Wachsmann is a multidisciplinary artist, she works as a photographer, filmmaker, creative director and designer and has over 15 years of international work experience in visual arts. Her awarded photographs have been published in books and magazines and are exposed in international art shows.