One of the most impressive memories of mine is the one of Cabine Street, at Lapa do Lobo. It was where I spent a great number of my school holidays, in the house, at my grandparents’ grocery or at Vale do Boi, where my grandfather did his farming.
Everything changed. Today, there are no more regular meetings with friends and cousins, no family Sunday lunches, no more ball playing nor trailed trips to the field riding my grandfather’s bike, no smell of Kentucky cigarettes in the tavern nor football reports, and no older people conversations nor their wine cups to be washed.
My grandfather’s name was Fernando Ramos. I lost him in January 2013, already in the course of this work.
BooksTito Mouraz, The house of the seven women
The photographs in this book were shot in Beira Alta, the native village of the Portuguese photographer, Tito Mouraz, between 2010 and 2015. “Here, everyone says that this house is haunted”, he says. “Seven sisters lived in this house, all spinsters. One of them was a witch...
EventArles 2016 : Tito Mouraz at Voies Off Gallery
Casa Das Sete Senhoras
This summer, Voies Off Gallery exhibits latest series by Portuguese photographer Tito Mouraz titled Casa Das Sete Senhoras (The House of the Seven Women). Locally Beira-Alta, in Portugal, there is a the house haunted by Seven Women... The show runs until September 25th, 2016.
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