top of page
Muestra 1.jpg


Curator: Carla Rey

14. Stella Redruello - ofrenda.jpg

“The Origin”   

Stella Redruello

Made with handmade paper, watercolor and vegetation. 0931: work  0946: detail

Facebook Live 

Offer yourself with Carla Rey

Earth day

April 22, 2020

Long live the Earth!, our mother,
without which no food could be grown
and so make the will to live,
may exist...

Earth, that forgotten home in which we live...

"Mother Earth" is a common expression used to refer to planet Earth in various countries and regions, demonstrating the interdependence between human beings, other living species and the planet we all inhabit.

The Earth and its ecosystems are our home. To achieve a fair balance between the economic, social and environmental needs of present and future generations, it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the planet.

We celebrate International Mother Earth Day to remember that the planet and its ecosystems give us life and sustenance. With this day, we also assume the collective responsibility, as the Rio Declaration of 1992 reminded us, of promoting this harmony with nature and Mother Earth.

This day also gives us the opportunity to raise awareness among all the inhabitants of the planet about the problems that affect the Earth and the different forms of life that develop on it.
United Nations

Earth Day (officially International Mother Earth Day) is a day celebrated in many countries on April 22. Its promoter, US Senator Gaylord Nelson, established this day to create a common awareness of the problems of overpopulation, pollution production, biodiversity conservation and other environmental concerns to protect the Earth. It is a day to pay homage to our planet and recognize the Earth as our home and our mother, just as different cultures have expressed it throughout history, demonstrating the interdependence between its many ecosystems and the living beings that inhabit it.

bottom of page