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Comisaria: GLORIA OYARZÁBAL

Ana Nance

Portraits of Ghana

My first real “Black” Africa travel was to Ghana in 2003. My focus was to document the people, places and moments I lived through the pure emotion felt, a type of travel diary to share for years to come. I found impressions and value in the cultural assets of their architecture, nature, clothing and daily life activities wishing to acknowledge them by preservation in these works of art of aesthetic and technical aspects. Educating and exhibiting the juxtaposition of these elements are also testimonies to a way of life not only of women but all mankind. Pure portraits of moments in time through the organic human experience of my personal journey.

Ana Nance born in S.C., USA to a Spanish mother and American in 1969. Received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design with a major in Photography and History of Art. From 1991 until 2002 lived in New York City as a commercial and journalistic photographer producing mainly editorial photography and exhibiting personal work. This followed by her relocation to Madrid, Spain where she currently lives and continues to work as a photographer, exhibiting artist, visual communication consultant and professor. She has been a collaborator of El Pais Semanal for almost 20 years, her archive is represented by Redux Pictures in New York, has produced many advertising campaigns, consulted for the UNWTO, exhibited at ICP in NYC, PHE Madrid, won the Ari award in 2004 for photographer of the year, and is currently the director of photographer for IED Master Photography Program.

Título: Portraits of Ghana

Medidas: 20 x 20 cm

Técnica: Copia en Blanco y Negro impreso tintes naturales en Hahnemule Rag Papel

Tirada: 25

Fecha: 2003

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Precio: 175-250€