Optical Allusions: New Perspectives in Spanish Photography

Front Cover
Aperture, 1999 - Photography - 80 pages
0 Reviews
Aperture 155
Optical Allusions: New Perspectives in Spanish Photography
Spring 1999

Optical Allusions: New Perspectives in Spanish Photography explores a range of images and perspectives that emerged from a group of photographers in Spain during the 1990s. Eleven portfolios selected for their overlapping thematic and stylistic approaches reveal a rich and idiosyncratic photographic vision, in tune with international developments in photography and the arts.

Commentary by the photographers such as Javier Vallhonrat, Pablo Genovés, and Chema Madoz, provides additional insight into the ideas and practices behind their work.

Photographers:
Daniel Canogar, Pablo Genovés, Cristobal Hara, Eduard Ibañez, Chema Madoz, Ana Teresa Ortega, María José Gómez Redondo, Jorge Ribalta, Javier Vallhonrat, Valentin Vallhonrat

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Section 1
39
Section 2
48
Section 3
49
Copyright

2 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1999)

R.H. Cravens--longtime contributor to many Aperture books and articles--provides an in-depth anecdotal chronicle of Aperture's evolution based largely on the magazine issues themselves and interviews with Michael E. Hoffman, Publisher and Executive Director from 1964 through 2001, whose comprehensive vision and voice unearths a history as rife with innovation as the history of photography itself.

Bibliographic information