Edition 134 of 300.
100 x 150 mm
Past Tomorrow II are postcards from an impossible time. Manuel’s images offer us another time, neither past nor future, but that of new images. Where they come from doesn’t matter. Because they are part of our universal visual heritage, of our way of knowing the world in photographs. Of the image as fertile territory for the imagination.
About the Artist
Manuel Antonio Fernandez ( b. Buenos Aires, 1976) is a visual artist who works mainly with photographs. He exhibited his works in museums, galleries and art fairs in Argentina, Peru, Canada and Germany. He was part of the Official Selection in the awards of the Klemm Foundation, the National Bank and the National Fund for the Arts. In 2014 he won the first photography prize at the National Visual Arts Hall and in 2021 the first prize in the Salón de Artes Visuales Félix Amador. He attended clinics and workshops with Veronica Gomez, Gabriel Valansi, Diana Aisenberg, and Rosana Schoijett. He also studied semiotics and aesthetics of photography with Daniel Ponce and photography direction with Rodolfo Denevi.
About the Publisher
Asunción Casa Editora is an independent publishing house based in Buenos Aires dedicated to lens-based arts and research on photography as contemporary media.
Asunción means also the action of taking on power or responsibility (with certain urgency). Asunción is also the name of one of the oldest cities in our continent: we make books in and from Latin America and our work involves friends and associates in different latitudes.