México 1986-2016

Antoine D'Agata

Of the various trips that for thirty years has been undertaken by Mexico,,es,Antoine d'Agata has removed the creepy material that now builds a tense and motionless daily,,es,The desolate and empty landscape around you is a reflection of an increasingly unstable criminal society,,es,snapshot,,es,cinematic stories and texts configure a personal journal that through intimate encounters,,es,sexual or narcotics faces and converses with an increasingly abominable reality,,es,To portray the world of loneliness and marginalization is crossing,,es,photographer uses language that as time progresses seems to degenerate and lose all signs of humanity,,es, Antoine d’Agata ha extraído el espeluznante material con el que ahora construye un diario tenso e inmóvil. El paisaje asolado y vacío que le rodea es el reflejo de una sociedad criminal cada vez más inestable. Instantáneas, relatos cinematográficos y textos configuran un diario personal que a través de encuentros íntimos, sexuales o narcóticos se enfrenta y dialoga con una realidad cada vez más abominable. Para retratar el mundo de soledad y marginalidad que va recorriendo, el fotógrafo emplea un lenguaje que conforme avanza el tiempo parece degenerar y perder todo signo de humanidad.

The book as a whole comprises a complex portrait of a period is presented as a prolonged decline in Mexican society towards the blind savagery,,es,Internally structured in six different movements referred photographic moments of contemporary Mexico destination,,es,its different chapters marked breaks in continuity of a story that links a person with a community that is not yours but which is intrinsically linked,,es,Polymorphic within the tradition of those photographers who like Tina Modotti,,es,Edward Weston and Cartier-Bresson traveled to Mexico during the twentieth century,,es. Estructurado internamente en seis movimientos fotográficos referidos a distintos momentos del destino contemporáneo de México, sus diferentes capítulos marcan rupturas en la continuidad de una historia que vincula a una persona con una comunidad que no es la suya pero a la que se halla irremediablemente unida, dentro de la polimórfica tradición de aquellos fotógrafos que como Tina Modotti, Edward Weston o Cartier-Bresson viajaron a México durante el siglo XX.

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