We Feed The World

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  • 7 Graces
    In this series, the photographer chose to portray these Kenyan Farmers, all women, at work, in their respective farms. He then created these artworks, which combine vintage botanical illustrations from the early 1900s with photography. The fruits, cereals and vegetables that are inserted in these images are part of what Agatha, Lucy, Margaret, Dyonisa, Magrine, Basilia and Mercy grow in their farms all year long, thanks to the introduction of crop rotation techniques.


    The Artist refers to a trio of goddesses in Greek mythology who were associated to fertility and nature and which were represented in art throughout the centuries, often as allegories to nature.


    We Feed The World
    Bringing together an international team of world-renowned photographers, farming communities, farmers’ movements and civil society groups, We Feed the World is a unique and far-reaching communications initiative designed to demonstrate the vital role of agroecology and food sovereignty for climate change resilience. As well as supporting the global food sovereignty movement to raise the voices of the farmers with whom they work, and without whom we will not survive into the future. We Feed the World will be exhibited in London and internationally from October 2018.