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This publication sums up the group of six exhibitions and one activity, curated by Alberto García-Alix for PHotoESPAÑA 2017. In them, we look toward the heterodox, not as an heresy or unconformity, but as a work which lives outside the rules because it inhabits the author’s most intimate abode: the being.
Paulo Nozolino’s images have a destroyed everything, they question us as they simmer while abstraction gains substance. Antoine d’Agata disrupts, agitates and provokes; we feel vertigo and vital helplessness before his torturing and deconstructing images. Anders Petersen captures and hypnotises us as soon as we go through the door of the legendary Café Lehmitz; its atmosphere immerses us into life, without judgment or artifice. Pierre Molinier, seduced by the double — by his own self —, cross-dresses and makes love to himself in an exercise of fetishistic photography. Karlheinz Weinberger’s naive gaze captures the young rebels — the new barbarians: bikers, rockers, lovers and male prostitutes. And Teresa Margolles uses photography, installation, performance and video to conceptualise and explore the system’s scourges and their presence in death.
Finally, a lab led by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin is set up in order to provide action and reflection to photographic creation, without imposing rules
Author: VV. AAPages: 328Images: 250Size: 21 x 27.5 cmBinding: HardcoverLanguage: FrenchISBN: 978-84-17048-74-7 English versión: Picasso’s Kitchen Versión española: La ccocina de Picasso A book that, for the first time, delves into the relationship between Picasso and cooking
Author: VV. AAPages: 328Images: 250Size: 21 x 27.5 cmBinding: HardcoverLanguage: SpanishISBN: 978-84-17048-66-2 English versión: Picasso’s Kitchen Version françoise: La cuisine de Picasso A book that, for the first time, delves into the relationship between Picasso and cooking
Pages: 64Images: 38Size: 21 x 29 cmBinding: Paperback with fold-out jacketLanguage: English / SpanishISBN: 978-84-17048-65-5 The poetic universe of a mother and a daughter of Iranian origins, set in a house in Switzerland.
Pages: 128Size: 20.5 x 27.5 cmImages: 90Language: fr. Español: A la pata coja, Eduardo Arroyo English: Hop Hopping, Eduardo Arroyo The eclectic collection of photographs with feet raised above the ground, gathered by the artist Eduardo Arroyo.
Pages: 128Size: 20.5 x 27.5 cmImages: 90Language: eng. Español: A la pata coja, Eduardo Arroyo Français: À Coche-pied, Eduardo Arroyo The eclectic collection of photographs with feet raised above the ground, gathered by the artist Eduardo Arroyo.