Chacra ‘Santa Ana’, in San Vicente, province of Buenos Aires, represents for the Olivers a place for expansion and renovation for the family spirit.
For quite a long time and with few opportunities of inviting her close friends in Buenos Aires due to their mother’s illness, that space evolves into ‘other Eden, demi-paradise’, a site of easing and nature.
There, they will go along seventeen years to spend summers and weekends. It is the perfect stage for a great number of Josefina’s photos and stagings.
In 1910, when they decide to move to Palma de Mallorca, Spain, they rent it. The tenants leave it completely neglected so both sisters decide to sell it in 1931.
Nowadays it is a neighbourhood in the city of Domselaar in the province of Buenos Aires.