NEEEV is an exhibition consisting of 18 large-format photographs taken by Begoña Zubero during his two-month residency in Iraq, at the "Moving Artist Foundation", which seeks to connect plastic artists from conflict zones with plastic artists from the Basque Country .
Specifically, this photographic series shows the city of Mosul, when its reconstruction begins, after the terrible offensive that defeated the Islamic state. The moment when the city returns, surprisingly, to a daily life that we imagine impossible, but which rises among the cracks of destruction, thanks to the power of the human condition.
It is not a purely documentary project, even if in part it is based on photojournalism, as the photographer has never worked with material so tied to areas of conflict.
This work is intended to be a plastic interpretation of a very present reality of which seemingly infinite information arrives, but which in fact is very distorted and unknown. A kaleidoscope from wide angle to telephoto to bring the viewer closer to the feeling of uncertainty and dualism wrapped in a perverse historical repetition.