1 edition of Mario Algaze portfolio found in the catalog.
Mario Algaze portfolio
|Statement||introduction by Carol McCusker ; [editing, Iraida Iturralde]|
|LC Classifications||TR140.A553 M33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||2009944082|
There is a sense of something else, of something more — a world evolving, a lover scorned, a crime of passion about to be committed — in Mario Algaze’s black-and-white photographs. Signed, titled, dated and print date. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In , at only thirteen years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida.
Algaze has the soul of a storyteller and he seeks what he terms, profundidad or the depth of human emotion. His photographs are as much about the artist’s own search for the self as they are about the places and people that he photographs. Mario Algaze: Portfolio, - Signed $ Out of Stock.
Signed, titled, and dated on print verso. Mario Algaze is a contemporary Cuban-American photographer whose work articulates the counter-culture of Latin America, the Caribbean and Cuba. In , at only thirteen years old, Algaze was exiled from Cuba. He relocated to America and settled in Miami, Florida. Mario Algaze is one of the premier contemporary fine art photographers of Latin America and A Respect for Light is the first retrospective of his work. With a foreword by celebrated photography critic Vince Aletti. A Respect for Light will be on exhibition at History Miami Museum (November Janu ), and will be promoted during at Art Basel, Miami, in December A Respect for.
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Moody landscapes and street scenes of Latin America by Algaze, a Cuban-American photographer. Photographs by Mario Algaze; edited by Michael Koetzle; essay by Enrique Fernandez.
79 pages; 30 full-page b&w plates; x inches. Mario Algaze captures the beauty and mystery of Spanish-speaking peoples in South and Central America and Spain, paying homage to his heritage.
Algaze, a self-taught photojournalist and freestyle portait photographer, is considered one of the finest Latin American street photographers of our time. Mario Algaze: portfolio latinoamericano. [Mario Algaze; Hans-Michael Koetzle] -- A native of Cuba & long time resident of Miami, this photographer went to Latin America to look for his roots.
These perfectly composed black & white photographs are witnesses to the vastness &. Get this from a library. Mario Algaze: portfolio latinoamericano, [Mario Algaze; Yona Bäcker; Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc.].
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“Mario Algaze, Cuba ”, University of California, San Diego, CA. “CUBA ”, Lowe Mario Algaze portfolio book Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.
“Cuba ”, Throckmorton Fine Art Gallery, New York, NY “Cuba ”, Books and Books, Coral Cables, FL. “Sur”, Throckmorton Fine Arts Gallery. New York, NY. Mario Algaze Portfolio Mario Algaze, Hardcover, pp pages Publisher: Di Puglia Dimensions: 9¾ x 12¼" $ One Picture Book # Taste for Russian Ballet Hardcover, 16 pages pages Publisher: Nazraeli Press ISBN: Dimensions: 5 1.
Although Algaze left Cuba as a teenager he has frequently turned to Latin America as the subject of his photographs, traveling extensively throughout the region.
In his carefully composed black and white photographs, such as Cotton Candy, Mexico, D.F. (), he captures people alone or in small groups on the streets and in cafes and parks.
A Respect for Light - The Latin American Photographs: di Algaze, Mario and Vince Aletti: e una grande selezione di libri, arte e articoli da collezione disponibile su Mario Algaze (born in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban-American photographer. He studied art at Miami Dade College, Florida and from to he was the.
A Respect for Light is the magnum opus by Cuban-American photographer Mario Algaze. After being exiled from Cuba at 13, Algaze traveled extensively in Latin America, capturing its spirit through his lens and seeking a connection with his cultural : Mario Algaze.
Mario Algaze: Portfolio, - Signed $ Out of Stock. Martin Parr: Bad Weather, Books on Books No. 17, $40 Out of Stock. Museum Leica by Lars Netopil $ From Mario Algaze Portfolio,Di Puglia Publisher, A conversation with Mario Algaze is an exuberant experience.
He talks openly and passionately about politics, photography, movies, travel, weather, food, music, and love, all punctuated by wit, profanity, and vivid description. March Mario Algaze Portfolio 12X9½”, pages Quadtones, printed unto PhoeniXmotionXantur gms.
$ USD Di Puglia Publisher Books and Books, Miami; Photo Eye, St. Fe, NM. Ernesto Bazan Bazan Cuba Read More. Portfolio Photographes. Vous trouverez ici quelques clichés des plus grands photographes travaillant en noir et blanc.
Ils sont classés par thèmes et par noms d'auteurs. Mario Algaze - Two phones, Buenos Aires, Argnetina Mario Algaze - Shoeshine, San Angel, Mexico A Respect for Light showcases the unique genius of Latin American photographer (by birth and subject matter) Mario Algaze, whose deep appreciation and understanding of the nuances of light - sunlight pouring in through church windows, illuminating a pair of teacups on a café table, casting late-afternoon shadows on a cobblestoned street - is both legendary and rare.
Photographs by Mario Algaze. Di Puglia Publisher, pp., Black & white illustrations througout, 9¾ x 12¼” Introductions by Carol Mc Cusker, chief curator at MoPA with a translation into Spanish by Enrique Fernandez. Designed by Jorge R.
Moya and Alejandro Anglada. A respect of light is a collection of photographs from a Latin American photographer by the name of Mario Algaze. As street photographers we all fantasize over the European street photography look the Bressons, the Doisneua's but on the other side of the world you have masters like Mario.
something pages of magical goodness full of shadow. View Mario Algaze’s artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. Learn about the artist and see available works for sale.
Mario Algaze was born in Cuba in His father came from Istanbul and settled in Cuba after World War I. Both his parents were lawyers, and sent young Mario to military school, where he learned either the benefits of discipline, or the need to rebel against it.
Ina year after the Cuban Revolution, Mario, then thirteen, left. Throckmorton Fine Art will present works by Latin American photographer Mario Algaze, made in the classic tradition of modernist, all black and white photography. Coming out of a long Latin American tradition from surrealist Manuel Alvarez Bravo to artists like Rufino Tamayo, Giorgio De Chirico, written works of Gabriel García Márquez, Tennessee Williams, and films like Akira Kurosawa's High.