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EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture
EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture

EXIT · Nº87 Types of portraiture

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Hundreds, thousands, millions of portraits float in our individual and collective memory . The portraits of the history of art, those of celebrities, those of friends from yesterday, today and all futures, those of my family and those of all the families that have existed, those of criminals in millions of files in the police files of every country in the world. The selfies of every day, and the portraits of weddings, baptisms, of every birthday, of all the dead that someone wanted not to lose completely.... EXIT 87 Typologies of the portrait is, precisely, an issue that brings together portraits from their wider diversity .

EXIT 87 Typologies of portraiture begins with an essay by Rosa Olivares , who reviews how the portrait has been treated in photography by various artists such as Germán Gómez, Thomas Ruff or Catherine Opie, among many others . There are ten photographers who, through their dossiers, define the different portrait typologies of EXIT 87. Pierre Gonnord , especially known for his treatment of light and chiaroscuro in his portraits, photographs the gypsy community or marginalized groups such as beggars ; Katy Grannan , using the urban setting as a makeshift photography studio, reaches out to anonymous people in San Francisco and Los Angeles; Bill Jacobson , with a much more conceptual style, works the portrait from the out of focus and the faded image; Juan Rodrigo Llaguno brings us closer to the most classic portrait in Mexico and Nikki S. Lee reflects on gender issues in portraiture through her Parts series. The portrait and the mask are present through the work of Ralph Eugene Meatyard and Nelson Morales , from a more anthropological point of view, shows us the Muxe communities of Mexico. The fragmentation in the portrait is present in Karen Navarro 's project, while Humberto Rivas returns us to a more classic portrait in black and white. Finally, we will find much more color in the work of Carlo Van de Roer , whose project is closely linked to color and emotions in portraiture.

In Portfolio, the section in which we give space to the most interesting photographers of the new generations, we present Céline Bodin, Matthew Leifheit, Rubén Martín de Lucas, Soumya Sankar Bose and Dana Ariel .

Pages: 144
Binding: Paperback with cover
Format: 22 x 27.5 cm
Language: Spanish / English