“Pictures should look like they were easily taken” Robert Adams
Complying with inclinations and perceptions. Derivative of a layer that has always permeated my vision, adopting a minimalist approach and vision. Landscape Street Photography and not only, with documentation, but understanding the state of mind of the moment to help weigh the atmosphere of space and time. So, necessarily, in color.
|Product:||Glossy magazine (Softcover)|
|Amount of pages:||83 pages|
|Size:||19.5 x 16.8 cm|
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If you want to call it landscape photography, do it. If you want to call it street photography, go ahead. Photography is not about labels, but about what we want to communicate.
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This is an ongoing project where the analysis mentioned above still leaves room for variables and changes during project implementation.
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ABOUT THIS BOOK:
I just received the American book by Alex Coghe, first of a very interesting work by Alex Coghe on the urban territory of Mexico and its American resonances. The quality is impeccable and a delight to handle the color in the suburban environment as well as its compositional technique to order chaos in spaces with multiple layers of information. The book reveals the influence of the great masters of American photography such as Stephen Shore or William Eggleston among others.
Oscar Arriaga Salas
It is a great book that clearly reflects the context that is lived in the conurbadas areas of Mexico City, it is a book that for those who were born there reflects the modus vivendi of our city being, a more documentary book moving away from the lightness of the street, and more disturbing for inquisitive minds…