junio, 2018

15jun19:0020:00Meeting withDAESUNG LEE, JUAN PABLO MOREIRAS, ARIADNA SILVA & PEDRO ARMESTRE - Presented by Xosé Abad19:00 - 20:00 Central Tent

Detalles del evento

Daesung Lee

Daesung Lee

Daesung Lee is a photographer who lives in Paris, France. Through two projects, he has developed conceptual approaches to subject in documentary, using photography as a means of communicating his own perspective to the world. His works have been exhibited in numerous international festivals including Getxo Photo 2016 in Spain. And his work also world widely published in the media  Le Monde, The New Yorker, Geo Magazine Germany and others.

He was  one of the winners of the “Sony World Photography Awards” in 2013 and 2015. He also won the Lens Culture  visual storytelling awards 2014 and Portrait Award in 2015 and Prix Voies-Off  in Arles 2016.

Juan Pablo Moreiras

Juan Pablo Moreiras

Juan Pablo Moreiras

Juan Pablo Moreiras (Normandy, France, 1967) has photographed conservation and development projects, current affairs, corporate reports and commissions in thirty-five countries over the past twenty-five years, with a special interest in the the relationship between human beings and an increasingly degraded environment.

He has worked on projects as diverse as the mountain gorillas in Rwanda, Uganda and Congo, the orangutans of Borneo and the problems of the oil palm plantations, the consequences of the tsunami in Sumatra, the eruption of the Soufriere volcano in Montserrat and the Nyamuragira in the Congo, Hurricane Mitch in Central America, the very rare crocodile Patagonia, deforestation in the forests of Ecuador, pollution in the Ukraine, the Fynbos of South Africa, deer hunting in Scotland, the biodiversity of Kyrgyzstan, the Black Pharaohs in Sudan or the fires in Galicia. He has recently worked on various sustainable development and conservation projects, and drought and the problem of poaching in northern Kenya, commissioned by The Northern Rangelands Trust, Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. He is currently working on a project on renewable energies.

He has published his work in magazines such as El Pais Semanal, La Vanguardia Magazine, El Mundo Magazine, XL Semanal, Time, National Geographic, Africa Geographic, Geographical, Kew Gardens Magazine, First, BBC Wildlife, Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, Sydney Morning Herald, L’Internazionale, Traveller, Diversity, Der Spiegel, Berliner Zeitung, Paris Match, VSD, Marie-Claire, Ciel et Space, Tusk Talk, San Diego Zoo Magazine, Interviú, Man, Viajar, Altair, Paisajes desde el tren, Ronda Iberia, Siete Leguas, Quo or Muy Interesante.

Ariadna Silva

Ariadna Silva

A Estrada, (Pontevedra),1996. Student of the Master’s Degree in Artistic Photography and Documentary Photographic Narratives at the TAI School (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid). He studied Audiovisual Communication at the University of Santiago de Compostela for two years, although he finally moved to Madrid in 2016 to study the Professional Diploma in Photography at the TAI School. He is a member of the OlloAtlántico collective (focused on documentary, reportage and street photography). She has been selected in the Canon Student Program 2017 of the Visa Pour l’image International Photojournalism Festival of Perpignan and has published in 2018 the photo book “Fillos do vento” (BANCO Editorial), a personal story about the Rapa das Bestas of Sabucedo.

His photographic and audiovisual work focuses on researching the Galician landscape as a pretext to study the strength of the territory in the shaping of the collective memory through cultural and religious traditions, family histories or the destruction of the natural environment.

Pedro Armestre (Save the Children)

Pedro Armestre

Pedro Armestre

1972 (A Rasela, Verín)

Ourense.He began his career in 1993, directing his images towards photojournalism, which he successfully carried out at Europa Press, Cover, El Mundo, Xl Semanal, Interviu, etc. Between 2003 and 2016, France Presse International distributed his images and published them in the most prestigious newspapers and magazines in the world.

In 2014 he created the audiovisual production company Calamar2, specialized in social and environmental content. In 2015 the gallery www.armestregallery.com was created where numbered copies and limited series of some of his works can be purchased.
Throughout his career his photography has a sensitizing character related to the defense of human rights, and the care and preservation of the natural environment. His path, clearly marked, leads him to maintain intense relationships with organizations dedicated to these fields, and for them he has developed multiple photographic projects and creative developments.

“Four elements. Basic principles of life” is Pedro Armestre’s most personal project. Through his personal prism, he discovers the interaction of men with the environment in which they have generated modifications in the landscape and on multiple occasions, an imbalance that puts life at risk.
He has received several distinctions and awards, including the King of Spain Prize for Photojournalism, Pictures of the Year International POYi, Ortega y Gasset Prize, Manos Unidas National Journalism Prize, Pictures of the Year Poy Latan, etc. He has published three of his own photographic books and participated in numerous groups. Individual and collective exhibitions in different countries.

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Central Tent

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