Eyeseverywhere is a female artists network project
Eyeseverywhere started in January 2007, with photographs made by artists from several nationalities living in different parts of the world, and being published every Saturday.
From places like Wuhan, Dubai, Montevideo, Vienna, Puebla, Kuala Lumpur, Berlin, México City, Stavanger, Buenos Aires, Doha, Bilbao, New York, Vilagarcía, Seoul, Brighton, Barcelona, Gijón, Santiago de Chile, Baku and many other cities and towns in the world, we all have shared our visual reflection on issues that change every month, proposed by each one of us. Images talk here, not words.
Eyes Everywhere is a collective photo project in which women around the world dialogue through images. Participating artists have been Elizabeth Ross (Mexico/Spain), Ayanna Jolivet McCloud (USA), Lao Mun Leng (Malaysia/UK), Teresa Puig (Spain/NOrway), Marta Rial Vázquez (Spain), Sandra Petrovich (Uruguay/Belgium), Eva Brünner-Szabo (Austria), Inge Hoonte (Netherlands/USA), Mercedes Fidanza (Argentina), Aimee Lee (USA/Korea), Inka X Resch (Hawaii/Dubai), Agnès Btffn (France/Norway), Nicole Rademacher (USA/Chile), Carolina de la Peña (México).
Starting the fifth year online, new artists joined the project: the Mexicans Rosa Borrás, from Puebla, Ireri Castro from Morelia and Chispillatronik living in Barcelona. Also we welcome Katarina Nikolov (Macedonia), Vivian Vivas (Venezuela/USA), Neslihan Özgenç (Türkiye) and Denisse Moreno (México/Bangkok). Teresa Puig collaborates again from Azerbaijan.
We are now in our the sixth year of sharing among us and with you all.