Carmen Coque and David Santaolalla present two photography books at the ILC – TAM-TAM PRESS

This Tuesday, May 21 2024, at 7:30 p.m. in the Region Room (Leonese Institute of Culture), the presentation of the photography books will take place “Archetypes” and “Casually”both edited by Eolas in the Fo-Bolsillo collection, of which they are authors Carmen Coque and David Santaolalla. They will be accompanied by the editor Hector Escobar and by Luis Garciadirector of the Art Department of the ILC.

Carmen Coque He develops his own and defined work: «For me, photography is a way of being, of being. Being able to achieve and master the ability to tell life stories with sensitivity using the photographer’s main instrument, the eyes, is a goal to achieve.” His work takes man as its fundamental axis, starting from the application to human reality of a generic structuring based on the concept of archetype of Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961), Swiss psychiatrist, psychologist and essayist. His photographic proposals are structured based on the general idea of ​​the project, with the proposed theme being basic as the axis that enables specific plot developments in different aspects, all of which are propositions that are included within the great generic project of the archetype.

Carmen Coque.

David Santaolallafor its part, has gathered in Casually «suggestive, attractive images, with the power of seduction, that simply by observing them encourage us to enter an interesting world full of evocations that allow us to travel through a territory of imagination and at the same time play and openly dialogue with the artist face to face without deception or lies, a subtle and delicate game that produces in the viewer a rich and fruitful participation in sensations.

David Santaolalla. Photo: M. Cuevas.

David Santaolalla. Photo: M. Cuevas.

Photography by David Santaolalla.

Photography by David Santaolalla.

 
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