Press

NPR (Collective), U.S., October 2018

Jessica Ávalos, Koral Carballo and Anita Pouchard Serra want to show what migration looks like from the perspective of the home country. So they documented life in Intipucá, El Salvador, where residents have been emigrating to the U.S. for decades.
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Lens, New York Times (Collective), U.S., September 2018

The 25th annual exhibition by the Open Society Documentary Photography Project elevates the voices of refugees, migrants and asylum seekers.
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Lento Magazine, Uruguay, July 2018

[EN] In October 2017, photographers Koral Carballo, from Mexico, and Anita Pouchard Serra, a French-Argentinean, were in a small town in southern El Salvador, in the department of La Unión, with the idea of altering the focus on Salvadoran migration to the United States. United. They were looking for “stories at ground level, far from the media and political fire”.

[ES] En octubre de 2017 las fotógrafas Koral Carballo, de México, y Anita Pouchard Serra, francoargentina, estuvieron en un pequeño pueblo del sur de El Salvador, en el departamento de La Unión, con la idea de alterar el foco sobre la migración salvadoreña hacia Estados Unidos. Buscaban “historias al ras del suelo, lejos del fuego mediático y político”.
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