“The project consists of a traveling exhibition of photographs mostly of personalities from the art world, like Gilbert&George or Mona Hatoum in London, Ferran Adrià or Pedro Almodóvar in Spain and Christian Boltanski or Andrée Putman in Paris.
The images are made in bathrooms because for Milos, like places of worship, the bathroom is completely made by and for man where we can glimpse the “nonsocial”. Even take a walk going there and back. A sacred place and never institutionalized.
The benefits of this charity project will go to refugees through UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Its author Milos Tzare is originally from the former Yugoslavia and is closely linked to this experience.
The assistance will focus on the issue of water and sanitation in international refugee camps that UNHCR considers more urgent. On the other hand, it is a vehicle for raising awareness and visibility of this problem.”
About Milos Tzare
1995-1997 art school, Valencia, Spain
1993-1998 faculty of mathematics, Valencia
2010 tinta invisible, solo, Barcelona
2007 chez milos, solo, Paris
2003 valle ortí, solo, Valencia
2002 observatori, group, Valencia
in 1965, lives and works in Paris and Barcelona