280 x 220mm
Andrea Alkalay has journeyed through the human landscapes and customs. While sorting out her material, she never yields to the unusual or extraordinary. She rescues from oblivion a climate, a situation in suspense. She goes in search of the formally subtle traces of life and nature, to express the groundswell of their incessant thunder. Remembrance turns back in time and sails across geography. This set of travel images has the texture of memory. The evocation has re-written primitive contact with the world, charging it with the thickness of reflections and the perfume to questions whose answers are unknown.
About the Artist:
Andrea Alkalay was born in Buenos Aires and hold a degree in Industrial Design by the University of Buenos Aires. She has attended several workshops and was selected as a member of Proyecto Imaginario 2015 at Casa Florida Gallery.
Her traveling experience through hidden locations inspire her passion in carving roads into the encounter between art and life. For the past 20 years Alkalay has used photography as a tool for storytelling, while journeying through Asia, Africa, America and Europe.
About the Author:
Eduardo Carrera is a photographer and writer who works with straight photography, texts, altered images, and sometimes objects and settings.
Individual exhibitions include: “Ceremony” (2002); “Carrousel” ( 2003); “Museum of Love” (2004 /2007). In 2003 he completed an art book ¨To Your Health¨. In 2006 he won the Grand Prize of the Salón Nacional de Fotografía for a piece entitled “The Bather¨- Finalist of the Metrovías Contemporary Photography Award .
In 2007 he completed an art book called Punta del Este. He is selected to participate in the Book editing workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico, included in program Transatlántica of Photoespaña. Carrera has participated in numerous exhibitions and collective art events. He has worked, as editor and photographer, for print media in Spain and in Argentina. He has written short stories as well as scripts for comics. Some of his photographs are exhibited at the III Encuentro Internacional de Pensamiento Urbano, organized by Juan Travnik in Buenos Aires and in Paris. Journalist photographer and writer of Anfibia magazine.
He lives and works in Buenos Aires.
Book Materials and Specifications:
Hardcover book, medium sized. Short text by Eduardo Carrera in Spanish and English at the back of the book. Colour and black and white plates range from 6 x 4.5″ to double page full bleed plates (18 x 11.5″).