AF
Omnivore Photo

AF, Omnivore Photo

AF, Omnivore PhotoAF
Omnivore Photo
Self-Published
Spanish, English

Photographs by Gustavo Aleman, Agus Bres, Blanca Galindo, Julian Garnes Garcia, Pascual Martinez, Miriam Mora, David Simon Martret, Carmen Vidal and Vincent Sáez.

 

Softcover
Edition 150/240
48 pages
240 x 170 mm
2014
ISBN Not Available

 

AF is a photographic investigation about one tiny unnamed village in southeast Spain. The geographical reality of the place is matched with the particular headspace of the photographers at that time, depicting something halfway between a space of uncertainty and a dream of freedom. It is the first photobook by Omnivore collective.
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About the Artists
Gustavo Aleman is an editor at Fuego Books, a director at underphoto Collective and a member of Varios Fuegos Collective
Artist’s Instagram

Agus Bres is a photographer based in Spain. He is a member of underphoto Collective and Varios Fuegos Collective.
agusbres.com

David Simon and Blanca Galindo are visual artists working in photography and film based between Barcelona, Spain and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. David studied philosophy at UB and photography at IEFC. Blanca obtained her Media degree at UAB and University of California SB. Their work takes in photojournalism, art photography, fashion, music, NGO commissions and commercial projects.
leafhopper.eu
(source: https://leafhopper.eu/About-Contact)

Julian Garnes Garcia is a creative director.
Artist’s LinkedIn

Pascual Martínez (Murcia, 1977) and Vincent Sáez (Alicante, 1976) are two Spanish photographers based in Murcia, developing their work as photographers focusing on human relations and the study of society through photography as a means of anthropological exploration.
ninorojo.com
(source: https://www.ninorojo.com/About)

Miriam Mora (b. 1984, Santander) is a Spanish photographer.
miriammora.com

Carmen Vidal is a Spanish writer, director and director of photography. Her documentary short film “6 a.m.” received the Student Academy Award® (Oscar) 2006. Her short film “Slate” premiered at the MoMA (New York) as part of the New Directors/New Films festival.
carmen-vidal.com
(source: https://www.carmen-vidal.com/about)

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