¿Qué salvarías de una inundación? // What would you save in a flood? (by Martin Parr)

El fotógrafo Martin Parr se ha unido a Oxfam para tomar retratos de celebridades con el único elemento que salvarían si sus casas fueran inundadas.

La serie de fotografías sigue a un viaje que Martin Parr hizo con Oxfam en 2009 a las inundaciones en la provincia de Quang Tri, en Vietnam. Aquí él fotografió las personas que estaban luchando para hacer frente a las inundaciones cada vez más impredecibles debido al cambio climático. Parr les pidió que posaran con aquella posesión que lucharon para salvar de sus casas cuando fueron alcanzadas de forma inesperada.

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The photographer Martin Parr has teamed up with Oxfam to take portraits of celebrities with the one item they would save if their home were flooded.

The series of shots follow a trip Martin Parr took with Oxfam in 2009 to flood-hit Quang Tri province in Vietnam. Here he photographed people who were struggling to cope with increasingly unpredictable flooding owing to climate change. Parr asked them to pose with the possession they battled to save when their homes were unexpectedly hit.

(via: http://www.guardian.co.uk/)

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