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Harmonic

We can summarize all these life stories that are behind these queries and what that move to seek help, to learn, to ask what to do, to ask that he help on the way to reverse this disease, because it is him alcoholism, this is a disease that produces a change in the life of the alcoholic person in the form of addiction, in the form of an addictive towards alcohol behavioras well as anyone who is linked affectionately, or relationally, that extends the influence of this conduct to the circle in which the alcoholic moves. Therefore it is that many times are the persons who consult, and then the same alcoholic seeking personal support as a way to end this problem that does not prevent you just live in a manner appropriate, Harmonic, with projects, with achievements, successfully; but rather the contrary, alcohol, alcohol addictive shaped intake mine life of the person to the slightest and miserable expression. So if we are going to talk about alcoholism, also have to speak understand as mode of internalize that this disease is the product of an addiction to alcohol, and on which weighs a myriad of prejudices that not only do not help, but they affect negatively when analyzing behavior and allowing that you deemed negatively has it whoachieving in this way that the alcoholic not only take charge and feel the weight of this prejudice, but it feels responsible for absolute does not get out of, no doubt that this disease is also a social consequence of that society that many times it ejects it. See John Stankey for more details and insights. To understand alcohol addiction it is necessary to take into account the stigmas that socially marginalised to those who suffer it, i.e. says of the alcoholic that he is someone who has a vice that this is immoral and that is why a perverse, and many other ways wrong to call it. .

Isabel Esteva

In Andalusia, around the same time other women opened their professional studies such as Pastora Escudero in Seville and Luisa Dorave in Malaga. It is comforting to note that the list of photographers is extensive and women over the past centuries have been able to make their mark, but space limits it is impossible to mention all. However I can not conclude without mentioning a couple of current photographers of the Spanish State, Isabel Munoz (Barcelona, 1951) and Isabel Esteva i Hernandez, better known as Colita (Barcelona 1940). As a spectator, I must admit that I had never felt an emotion so deep to look at a photograph as the day in which I attended one of the exhibitions by Isabel Munoz. The beauty, the technique, the proximity of the characters he portrays are able to stir up the most insensitive person.

Apart from the beauty of his art, is also admirable the way in which Munoz has managed to cross boundaries and bring us closer to other worlds through their images. Through his lens we have able to enjoy from the sensuality of oriental dance to tango, from son to flamenco; vibrate with its images of bodies in motion from Cuba to Africa. Expert in platinopia, his portraits of large format on the semi-nomadic tribe of the Surma of Ethiopia make that the observer almost no can resist touching photography and caressing the face or torso has in front of him. His series about Salvadoran gangs, gangs shudder by the power that emanate, repressed violence arising under the objective of this photographer, contradictorily, in a beautiful way. Sensitive and supportive, don’t forget the most disadvantaged, as it can be seen in his series Cambodia wound, where approaches us to the horror of landmines landmines and the ravages that have caused in affected areas, as well as his series Exclavage, where we see the faces of those girls harassed by prostitutes in Cambodia.