Miguel Rio Branco (Mechanics of Women)
A highly symbolic photographic essay about genre, dominance, seduction, possession and sex.
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In this volume of La Fábrica’s new 64P. collection, Miguel Rio Branco proposes an intense reflection, in a highly symbolic tone, about relationships and relations between men and women, which are often shady and troubled. Mechanics of Women is a photographic essay about genre inequality, dominance, seduction, possession and sex.
Miguel Rio Branco is a multidisciplinary Brazilian artist and photographer. He studied at the New York Institute of Photography and at Rio’s Higher School of Industrial Design. He started working in painting and also collaborated in movie productions, specially as a cinematographer. Since the São Paulo Biennale in 1983, he started creating spatial installations which combined photography and music. He has published numerous books, among them Dulce Sudor Amargo, Nakta, Entre os Olhos, and Plaisir la douleur.
6 4 P. is a photo-essay collection whose aim is to recover and raise the value of brevity. It is a collection that chooses intensity over duration. 6 4 P. takes up a creative space akin to short stories in literature or short films in cinema. There are other ways to tell. Some things must necessarily be brief. This is why the most outstanding photographers have been invited to create under this premise.
- Spanish / English
- 16x22 cm
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- La Fábrica
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