The images accompany Gastón Castelló, carved in bronze, basking in the sun on the Plaza del every March. Alicante Central Market; besiege Stairs of the Jorge Juan Institute and get out of the windows party house Is it on the Rambla urban interventions has been showing the PhotoAlicante International Photography Festival for ten years, this issue was created with snapshots. Manuela Lorente, Reyes Pe and Maravillas EspinAt street level until April 3.
How to live knowing that one day the party will be over, she wonders. kings petrying to explain with pictures, Anys per molta series of analog photographs celebration of life from the closest and most emotional corner: family. this photographer He infiltrated his friends’ grandparents’ birthday parties for years. and it brings these expert playboys to life in their moments of celebration. “Anys per molt is is an ode to ritual and humor Those who know how to relativize life without losing sight of the improbability of our existence: that little moment in the vastness of history”, explains the author. party house On the Rambla in Alicante until 3 April.
This one of three urban interventions Selected this year by the photography festival photoAlicante Celebrating its first ten years of experience and its unrestrained post-pandemic return under the slogan Let’s celebrate!.
In this context, the festival also chose his works. Wonders Espin Guirao, The realism of the absurd, where this twenty-year-old girl tries to convey through photography that the world isn’t as consistent as we’ve been taught, or that logic isn’t always valid. wonders create crazy situations in your pictures with surreal elements because he believes that in order to understand life, “we must think of the real and the absurd alike in harmony”.
Finally, Manuela Lorente gifts in the square 25 May From laughing to tearsis a story told with images about the life of a family of three sisters, a mother who dreams of becoming Joan Crawford, and a punk aunt. A ‘as traditional as it is fascinating’ story the photographer put together fact and fiction. In his work, it is the images already taken that inspire later using his stories. picaresque and eccentricity as a common thread, something that is also in And who kills this mouse? (2022) and He plays the music, we dance (2021), both edited by Dalpine.
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