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Summer fairs are common festivities across Southern Spain. They probably started to celebrate nature, the change of seasons, or the end of the harvest. They evolved to accommodate changes in religious paradigms and to satisfy the evolving taste of generations. This takes us to our current time, where in every festivity a clutter of artificial lights binds us from the most beautiful lights: the stars.

Collection: MOVEMENT & LIGHT
Capturing the passing of time, as fleeting as every moment is, is the inspiration of the latest collection of Maria Jose Diaz. With time, shapes evolve, and movement becomes the evidence of its course rather than time itself. On top of this, light, an eternal companion in Diaz’s work, decomposes forms and highlights the space beyond the forms.

Lights don't let me see the stars (2016)


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