Ibiza

During the 1970s, the traditional Ibicencan dress could be seen alongside the naked bodies and Indian veils of the new invaders who swarmed the island escaping bourgeois values.  My camera explored the villages, fields and coves of Ibiza capturing these contrasts as well as the soft and aromatic nature of the island. I was fortunate to have free access to the hippie communes where the daily routines where seemingly unperturbed by my clicking camera.  The Ibicencans were likewise welcoming and receptive, which made it possible for me to document the two juxtaposed cultures. I was also very privileged to make long lasting friendships amongst both “invaders”  and Ibicencans .

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