“Alfredo Gómez Pérez began photography in 1998. His time in photography has been versatile, covering various photographic techniques in a self-taught way. He has participated in seminars and workshops with renowned photographers, such as Juan Rodrigo Llaguno, Erick Estada, Juan Pons, Larry Ditto and Héctor Astorga. His particular perspective and crude artistic sense seeks to reveal an essential and binding humanity in the dimension of the emotions of others and how they relate to the viewer.”
Theme: Horizon Left
“Born in Togo, Solomon Jamy Brown spent his early years there, becoming fascinated by the black and white photography that was his biologist father’s passion. Moving to Paris to train as a software engineer, Solomon was drawn to photography as a way of understanding and representing people. His 2016 portraits of activists and volunteers, “Osez Citoyen”, were exhibited at the city’s Place de la République under the auspices of the Young Economic Chamber of Paris.”
Updated on November 11, 2019 | By Steph Davidson
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