TITLE : RETRATOS INTERVIDOS
SERIES
AUTHOR : ALBERTE PEREIRA

I have always followed Alberte Pereira’s work.

From his first way of interpreting street photography to a series like this where his attention is attracted by something specific that over time becomes an organic series:

” “Retratos intervidos” is a series of consequences of my urban wanderings.

In this case, they are portraits intervened both by climatic conditions and, above all, by human action.

They are portraits of portraits, because in reality they are images that have been transferred to the street as advertisements or of another kind, that the passage of time and human action have changed.

They were intervened in such a way that they became ephemeral works in constant transformation. This is a personal approach to them.”

About Alberte Pereira

I am a self-taught and independent photographer. After a first contact with photography in the 80s, it is from 2012 that I really get involved. Since then, I am addicted to walking around the public space and being a witness to what happens there.

My interest in photography led me to take courses and workshops with renowned photographers such as Rafa Badía, Nicolás Combarro, Cristóbal Hara, José Manuel Navia, Eduardo Momeñe, Walter Astrada and Óscar Molina among others.

My images have been published in written and digital media and have been exhibited in galleries in Galician cities such as Vigo, Santiago, A Coruña, Pontevedra and Ferrol, and internationally in Lisbon, Miami, San Francisco, London and Milan.

In 2016, together with three other photographers, I founded Quitar Fotos. A space for reflection, dialogue and dissemination of visual street and documentary proposals.

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