Red Eyes Festival getting ready to celebrate fifth edition with a more comprehensive program than ever to open A window into contemporary Spanish and Ibero-American photography in Marina Alta during the next Two monthsone more than previous appointments, two new rooms included – gallery creative Xábia and cuidart with Dénia Hospital- and Eyes on Peru.
This international meeting with image, which Held simultaneously in Xàbia and Déniato be developed From March 24 to May 28 and will merge fourteen exhibitions From thirteen authors since this year’s special guest, Isabel MunozWinner of two World Press Photo awards in 2016, the PHotoESPAÑA 2021 and 1999 National Photography Award, he will showcase his work in two venues.
red eyes sharing the exhibition in the new gallery opens with him women in art Xàbia with photographers Pusha Petrov, Laura Lis and BrumeCasa del Cable is dedicated solely to the exhibition. intercultural from Barcelona photographer, where he explored the human body and explored ways to reproduce the texture of the skin.
The festival dedicates three exhibitions to Peru With illustrations by three Andean writers: Mariel Vidal, Leslie Searles and Cecilia Paredes. Vidal showcases his relationship with photography. a pig in a poke, dreamy weather; Searles presents a ghostly Amazon inside. Who is starting this fire?Paredes, which integrates with body paint on patterned backgrounds, will go out on the street. runaway dreamsIn the Plaza del Consell de Dénia. Aytor Fernandez will also show Families upstream Outside the Dénia Municipal Market.
The program includes intimate work. raw good on the mother-daughter relationship and the construction of motherhood Thread (Soler Blasco de Xàbia Museum), night vision will mix with rock and hustle and bustle. Madafaka and Poisoned Kiwi inside Music, Posing and Attitudea documentary project about live music from the underground scene (Ca Lambert, Xábia).
Alicante vincent albero Presents at the Hospital de Dénia Children of Copper (Chicos del Cobre) is a documentary photographer from Barcelona, the result of their trip to the capital of Ghana to see firsthand the Sikkens landfill, one of the world’s most important technological dumps. neus to the left offers poupes (babies, French) A bittersweet look at the gypsy female situation (L’Estació de Dénia).
At the same time, Jose Concepts It takes architecture to another dimension with its visuals. double view In Els Magazinos Tony Tirado inside Contrast confronts two opposing images of the reality of our planet (Ca Lambert) and Felix Grande Bagazgoitia talk to your slides the magic of water (IB Gallery).
On the other hand, the local photographer John Charles JohnTrained by the festival this year, he demonstrates his project dead endAttached to a restricted landscape south of Montgó.
With the co-founder of the festival Mike Steel, Milli SanchezOne of the goals of Ojos Rojosto photography perspective contemporary writer “very diversethink about quality And in contrast offers», this year a mostly female eyes without prior purpose.
Mili Sánchez, with the support of the Valencia Community Museums Consortium, the main sponsors of the festival, and the Alicante Provincial Assembly and the municipalities of Dénia and Xàbia, workshops, portfolio reviews, photobook presentations, guided tours and audiovisual projections.
Also this year collective MILicianXs the author gives a live action-photo performance on various streets of Xàbia’s historic centre, in which an exhibition will hang (walls and showcases will be part of it). Antonio Magan For each photo, he will read the stories he made up.
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