We really happy to have achieved our goal! THANK YOU.
But we have realized that we need more support to make the exhibition the way we desire. With more money we will improve several aspects:
BUY FRAMES: We didn’t include them in the budget.
CATALOG: More pages and full color. The first idea was to make it like a fanzine and one ink. It would be much better if we can improve it.
The exhibition's idea came out talking with the curator Amanda de Pablo. We thought that a selection of our diaries was a good way to approach this project. Since then, we have been working in content selection, designing the installation and looking for sponsors.
The installation will be made with polaroids, prints in different sizes and unpublished diaries.
WHY THIS CAMPAIGN?
During the process we haven't found the necessary help to built the project as we want to, so that's why we are here to ask for your support.
Your contributions will be used to make the prints, a delicate catalog and postcards. We will also have a limited edition poster made by the artist Maria Prats** and nice details for the opening day.
We need to achieve the minimum amount that we ask to make this possible. In case that we overcome it we could make a better installation, catalog and opening party.
The exhibition will be held in Barcelona at the Gallery H2O in february of 2014.
The rewards will be send in early February. You will receive an email with the shipment details.
Alba Yruela (b.1989) lives in Barcelona. She documents her life with intimacy and rawness. Her photographs have been published in Dazed and Confused, Vice Magazine, Vogue Spain, Neon magazine and S magazine, among others.
Pogobooks (GER) edited a book with her work in 2011.
She has exhibited in UK, Paris and LA.
Rafa Castells (b.1989) lives in Barcelona. His work observe the movements that surround him and he has published in Neon Magazine, S Magazine, Vice and in publications like Minus Five (14-19), NTPDPDN#1, Tips for the waiter (Kaugumi), among others.
He has exhibited in Barcelona, Buenos Aires and LA.
Alba Yruela web