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"Before my eyes close" - Felipe Queriquelli

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Felipe Queriquelli

This exhibition is related to the project "Before my eyes close". This project was the result of the Master of Arts - Photography from Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology), New Zealand, in 2019 and 2020. The artworks has been developed and made in Raglan and Hamilton. The pictures depict “alive places” or “places in changing”, basically we are in changing apparently all the time, and always followed by uncertainties. The eyes of all characters of this project carry on towards the place of uncertainty. Perhaps coincidently and tragically we are facing an unforgettable moment on Earth that uncertainty seems to be the major map on this ocean of changes. The exhibition will be featured 12 large prints 20x30 inch with a white box frame. The photobook “Before my eyes close" was recently awarded the second prize in the photobook category at the MIFA (Moscow International Foto Award). Felipe's photography presents houses and local people from Hamilton and Raglan in an unusual way and also in a very intimate approach, reminds the photography back in 70's and 80's by the kiwi photographer Robert Morrison, also his references are based in the Staged Photography style from Crewdson and Jeff Wall mainly.

This work goes beyond the perception of a photographic reproduction and is inserted in a space of fine-art and a unique construction with the primary intention of dialoguing with artistic making, revealing New Zealand, the Waikato in a unique and urgent context that dialogues with the present moment within a philosophical and psychosocial sphere. It is worth taking a look at this exhibition indeed.

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