Reasonably big territory, densely occupied by living, sentient beings and crowded architecture that humans build their lives around, according to a social and economic structure, as well as their cultural activity. A sometimes hypocritical, false and reprehensible anthill where our so called daily deeds actually turn it into an abyss of the human condition, perpetuating the lack of a sensible side, of all that makes us close to each other, everything that is warm, good-natured and, in some cases, even depriving us from our individuality... nobody looks at you in the eye anymore... thousand of beings living together in solitude...
AUTHOR: Daniel Agra (Spain)
From a very early age I have been attracted to expositions and art books, photographs and art in general. Although my first real experience with photography took place when I was 20 years old, when I bought my very first Reflex camera with my first savings. I´ve always been an autodidact and I began to explore this universe making my way through different stages. Including one stage in 2005, when I decided to take a break, obliged by several circumstances in my life. In 2010 I felt I could contribute in a stronger way and it was then when everyone who surrounded me, knowing what I had done, convinced me to go ahead and publish my work.
In my case photography means a unique language, a personal perspective within a theme diversity. My preference is Nature, Urban, the conceptual model I followed in my initial steps. Mostly I try to tell stories, reflect ideas that come to my mind, looking for images to queries, beliefs, thoughts and develop concepts through photography.
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