Photographer (Rosario - Argentina, 1974)

Guillermo De Angelis - Photographer (Rosario - Argentina, 1974) He says ... "After going through architecture, philosophy and design I dove into photography. With that enthusiasm that rushes you forward, or better, in. Aspiring to discover within me, rather than outside, what I try to show. I choose to take unprepared images. I try to reach the expression through the economy of resources. I dwell on the details that come to me essential. Clearly insinuate, present without describe"


LUIS EDUARDO AUTE (musician, singer-songwriter, film director, actor, sculptor, writer, painter and Spanish poet) says of Guillermo's work: " It is supposed that the greatest contribution an artist can make about the reality he has lived through it is his personal radically poetic "gaze" on that scenography of spaces absent of people. In this sense, Guillermo De Angelis's photographic work is paradigmatic. The objective of his camera is pure subjectivity in that his "gaze" is the protagonist conceptual and essential of his poetic account of "unreality", how it should be, and how a poet who creates images should do "


Guillermo De Angelis has exhibited his work in Japan, the United States, Mexico and Argentina, and his works have been published in specialized magazines in Russia, China, Spain, Brazil, the United States, Australia, France and Argentina.

Photographs in certified Giclée print, high durability Canson Infinity Edition Etching Rag paper, weight 310 gsm. Limited editions.



"Little Solitudes" series I 20 x 20 cm I Limited series 10

Guillermo De Angelis' PHOTOBOOK.

"Small inner landscapes" First book produced by Artemisia, Art & Tendències.

His calm images represent a subjective reality. Environments in black and white where the absence of living beings gives rise to a space of freedom: the viewer is free to stop on the scene and dialogue with it, or lose themselves in their dreams. Balanced compositions that hide the painstaking work of a photographer who constantly seeks beauty.

Self-editing and manual intervention in each book makes each one unique.

62 pages. Wooden packaging.
Limited series, numbered and signed. Price: 40 euros.
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