Bea Blousson is an Argentine creative artist who speaks her mind on daily issues, the same that many of us face day by day. Her artworks show how powerful art can be - both dreamy and aspirational.
The Argentine reality is very sad, with the recurring social, economic, and political crisis adding turbulence to our everyday lives. This work began at the end of 2017, following a dramatic change in the country's political and economic climate which created, once again, a deep sense of crisis and despair. As pessimistic news flooded our streets, it became impossible to open a newspaper without facing our harsh reality filled with corruption, impunity, poverty, inflation, and unemployment. "I tried to pour all my frustration, anger, and hopelessness into the images in this series. Argentina makes me sad, it hurts, and even though we don't see a way out, it is still the country I love.”