domingo, 17 de enero de 2016

Exposiciones vistas. Paz Errázuriz. Fundación Mapfre .Photography Exhibition. Paz Errázuriz.Mapfre Foundation.

Siguiendo con su excelente  ciclo anual de exposiciones de fotografía la Fundación Mapfre nos presenta la obra de Paz Errázuriz fotógrafa totalmente desconocida para mí.
  • Como siempre digo, quede claro, mi comentario es simple opinión personal de aficionado.
Cuando uno va viendo las fotos de esta exposición se nos muestran una serie de retratos en series temática


.....Yo trabajo en series cerradas, en algunas puedo estar años. Y no siento que pertenezca a ningún grupo, pero me siento cerca de todos. Son temas donde la sociedad no pone su mirada, y pretendo dar ánimo para que la gente se atreva a mirar”

Pues bien mi opinion se puede expresar en relacion con sus propias palabras, veamo si me explico.
  • Se acerca a la persona, la pone delante de la cámara y hace la foto, y punto. 
Pues bien pienso que fotografiar es, precisamente, algo más, enseñarnos lo que no vemos con los ojos ni con el espíritu y eso es lo que echo de menos es su fotografía y por eso precisamente tengo que decir que no me gustó su obra.

Por poner ejemplos que explican mejor mi comentario:

August Sander retrata al pueblo alemán en un determinado momento. Se dice que es fotografía fria pero caramba, viva hoy día, entendemos lo que nos quiso mostrar

High School Student. Met

Cristina García Rodero. Paises , personas y ritos pueblan sus fotos. 

O recordemos a un fotógrafo muy poco conocido ya comentado en un post anterior

Fotografías de la emigración. Ellis Island Photographs from the Collection of William Williams, Commissioner of Immigration, 1902-1913. New York Public Library

Sherman took photographs of families, groups, and individuals who were being detained either for medical reasons or for further interrogation.In many cases, the subjects were fleeing poverty, natural disaster, and political and religious persecution. And sometimes, after being detained, the immigrant was deported. Over the course of his career at Ellis Island, Sherman took more than 200 pictures, often encouraging his subjects to open their suitcases and put on their elaborate national costumes or folk dress..

 

 En (google translate)
Following its excellent annual cycle of exhibitions of photography Mapfre Foundation presents the work of photographer Paz Errazuriz totally unknown to me.
As I always say, be clear, my comment is simple amateur personal opinion.
When you go looking at the pictures in this exhibition we show a series of portraits in series
I work in closed series, I can be in some years. And I do not feel I belong to any group, but I feel close to all. These are issues where society does not put his eyes, and I intend to give encouragement to people dare to look "Well my opinion can be expressed in relation to his own words, veamo what I mean.He approaches the person, stands in front of the camera and makes the photo, period.
Well I think that photograph is precisely something else, teach what you do not see with our eyes or with the spirit and that's what I miss is his photograph and that is precisely why I have to say I do not like his work.
By giving examples that best explain my comment:
August Sander portrays the German people at any given time. It is said that photography is cold but heck, alive today, we understand what we wanted to showHigh School Student. MetCristina Garcia Rodero. Countries, people and rites populate your photos.Or remember a photographer little known already mentioned in a previous postPhotos of emigration. Ellis Island Photographs from the Collection of William Williams, Commissioner of Immigration, 1902-1913. New York Public LibrarySherman Took photographs of families, groups, and WHO Were Being Detained Individuals Either Reasons for medical or for Further interrogation.In many cases, the subjects Were fleeing poverty, natural disaster, and political and religious persecution. And sometimes, after Being Detained, Deported was the immigrant. Over the course of His career at Ellis Island, Sherman Took more than 200 pictures, encouraging Often Their His subjects to open suitcases and put on Their elaborate national folk costumes or dress ..