• JAN 18 to MAR 03
    Solo Exhibition
    Altres i altres Cartografies


    • Solo Exhibition
    • Contemporary
    • Photography

    Dates and Opening hours

    JAN 18 to MAR 03, 2013

    Event Location

    Galería Tagomago

    Santa Teresa, 3

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    Since ancient times, the maps tell us about the society and culture that created them, their relationship with the land, the feeling of the place, and ultimately, how was your worldview.
    Exposure-Atlas and other maps made ??by the Atlas series, Terra Incognita and Obirar-forms a symbolic map in the worlds emerging unusual, metaphorical and geographical territories invisible impossible to express themselves through reason. This map tells us more autobiographical topographic tries to act as a mirror of our own mental images, reducing the experience emerge making reasoned and intuitive relationships with the landscape.
    The Atlas series is a synthesis that brings together autobiographical obsessions, appearances and discovery that the act of photographing is also a reflective act encompassing traffic experiences, times and places, and a latent desire to build a picture of the world in which the author can be recognized.
    The images are projections Obirar * looked delighted, puzzled, represented through a dark resulting in inner and impels us to the invisible visible. The viewer wants to get lost here in the realm of feeling and perception through contemplation of the landscape.
    Terra Incognita from the discovery of a land explored by anyone who wants to be an observer and observed simultaneously. It is a journey into the unknown, into a space that is away from the everyday, asks us and shows us both near and distant. In this game with nature, look, personal and subjective image reveals strange, dreamlike, almost impossible.
    Israel Ariño

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