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This book recovers the work done by Russian photographer Jaime Bolotinsky in the city of Buenos Aires during its years of artistic effervescence. Presented for the first time at the Nordiska gallery in 1993, "Fotoplástica" presents a collection of surrealistic characters born from Bolotinsky's imagination and his skill in handling light. Millionaires, chefs, peasants, nuns, and soldiers are some of these figures that emerge with irony and humor to build a period universe characterized by migratory flows and the onset of a new world war. Highly praised by the critics of the time, Jaime Bolotinsky is rescued through this publication to highlight his figure among the pioneers of staged photography in our country.

Edited by Francisco Medail.

Product Details

Stock
3 Items
Weight
0.30 kg
Width
18.00 cm
Height
23.00 cm
Depth
1.00 cm
ISBN
978-631-00-2294-9
Language
Spanish
Photography
Black and white
Pags
88
Country
Argentina