Alberto García-Alix
Ardora Ediciones
Spanish

Softcover
68 pages
150 x 150 mm
1999
ISBN 9788488020246

This book includes a selection of slides created between 1978 and 1983. They are color images, reflecting the same obsessions that García-Alix portrays in his black-and-white photos.
It also includes a text, extracted from a conversation between Mireia Sentís, José Luis Gallero and Alberto García-Alix, in which the photographer tells what photography means in his life.

In the prologue to this book, Mireia Sentís and José Luis Gallero point out how surprising it is to see the powerful sense of color that an emblematic creator of black and white photography such as Alix has.

About the Artist
Alberto García-Alix was born on March 22, 1956, in León, Spain. When he was  eleven years he moved with his family to live in Madrid, where he currently resides. His first negatives date back to  1976. At the beginning of the eighties he made his first individual exhibitions in Madrid at galleries such as the Galería Buades and the Galería Moriary, as well as other international venues such as the Portfolio Gallery in London.

During the first edition of PhotoEspaña, in 1998, he showcased a great retrospective exhibition, with great public and critical success. He received the National Photography Prize of the Spanish Ministry of Culture in 1999, at which time he began working with the Juana de Aizpuru Gallery in Spain and the Kamel Mennour Gallery in France.
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About the Publisher
Spanish Publisher founded in 1999.
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