Victoria Aguirre and Carlyon Wilson are photographers, Victoria is from Argentina and her partner is Australian. After years of exploring the world with their cameras, they launched “pampa”. As Carlyon explains it : “Pampa is the word used in Latin America to describe the open plains, lands that lay uninterrupted to the horizon. It is hard not to feel a sense of freedom when being surrounded by such a vastness.”
Pampa is specialized in Hand-Woven Art Rugs made in native communities from Argentina. These pieces are unique products handcrafted with great knowledge, art, technique and humility.
Through each rug we can discover new customs and new ways of being. Each unique piece represents a way of living that shows simplicity and wisdom. These textiles come from a world of older times, filled with identity and truth. Truth is what you see in these peoples eyes. Victoria and Carlyon both feel that their photography is the perfect way to show what Pampa is all about…
Pampa unites territories through art . Pampa traces heritage, as to return to simple basics. Pampa connects culture by its memories and creations. Pampa is tracing a map.