Photo © Antonio Peinado
This photography is part of a series of my interpretation about Women and their repression by a macho society, existing in all countries and cultures, that exhibits them as objects without human rights while repressing them and obstructing their full realization as human beings.
Antonio Peinado SPAIN
Antonio Peinado is a Spanish photographer, born in the summer of 1963 in Andújar in Andalucía. He lived there until he settled down in Pamplona in 1981. He has always felt drawn to photography. When Antonio was 15, he began to read and teach himself about photography, developing a passion for the art form as he learned.
Antonio opened his photography studio in 2006. He began to work as a social and commercial photographer for businesses, marketing agencies and private clients. At the same time, he gave photography classes to university students studying design.
His creative curiosity and perfectionism pushed him to search for new ways of expressing himself through photography, especially through portraiture.
In recent years, Antonio has received recognition in a variety of countries for his work. Most recently being Outstanding Achievement Winner in The Black & White Spider Awards, XII Edition, category: Nude. (Beverly Hills, October 2017), First Prize Winner in the 1st Monovisions Photography Awards, category: Nude (London, August 2017), First Prize Winner in the 3rd Fine Art Photography Awards, category: Nude (London, April 2017) and receiving the distinction QEP, one of the most prestigious international acknowledgements given by the FEP, and the Best Spanish Photographer of the Year in Illustrative Art award given by the FEPFI in 2016.
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