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Chema Madoz, The Nature of Things

Size: 21 x 32 cm
Binding: hardcover
Pages: 64
Language: eng.—esp.
Images: 45
Price: £32
ISBN: 978-84 -17769-31-4

A compendium of evocative and poetic images in which the artist investigates the shapes of objects and their relationship with nature

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Chema Madoz operates with the elements of nature in the same way he does with objects, looking for associations, displacements, metamorphosis, kinships, combinations, juxtapositions, fortuitous encounters.

Away from the usual classi cations, it upsets the rules and unfolds its fantasy, changing the nature of things. It melts the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms giving rise to its own kingdom in which it transforms leaves, branches, water, clouds, wood, plants, owers, stones... offering the most unexpected combinations.

Madoz lives in a constant predisposition, always alert to the emergence of new images. There are no barriers to your imagination nor do the possibilities of deepening the knowledge of things seem to be exhausted.

Chema Madoz was born in Madrid in 1958. He is one of the most recognized and interesting contemporary photographers on the national scene. It has been National Prize of Photography in the year 2000.

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