I am also a founder of SCALENO collective, an international photographic collective formed along with my dearest friends, Leslie Hickey and Hana Sackler. This month we were selected to take part in the 13 A.I.R Biennial, curated by Sarah Demeuse.
The show is still up until the 5th of February, if you are in the NYC area.
Although you sit in a room that is gray,
Except for the silver
Of the straw-paper,
At your pale white gown;
Or lift one of the green beads
Of your necklace,
To let it fall;
Or gaze at your green fan
Printed with the red branches of a red willow;
Or, with one finger,
Move the leaf in the bowl--
The leaf that has fallen from the branches of the forsythia
What is all this?
I know how furiously your heart is beating.
January 19, 2019
A couple of shots I did at the beginning of the month while visiting the town of Organos, in the north of Peru.
OF LONGING PHOTOBOOK
A handmade edition of 70 books.
Take a look at the process here:
Giacomo was born on the 19th of June in 1837. He was Italian and grew up in Rapallo, a small town in the Ligurian Riviera. I like to think that he loved to eat fresh fish on Fridays and sit by the sea afte school. During the summer he would take walks with his friend along the shore. He was young when he got on a transatlantic ship that would take him to Peru.
Giacomo was my great great grandfather; a hundred and forty fou years separate us.There were very few facts that I knew about his life. Just a couple of photographs and a place that since has changed so
much. I have fantasized with the place that he left behind. Later, I have visited and wandered around the streets where he grew up. I have looked out to the same sea and up at the same sky.
Giacomo nació el 19 de junio de 1837. Era italiano y
creció en Rapallo, una pequeña ciudad en la Riviera Ligure.
Me gusta pensar que le encantaba comer pescado fresco los viernes y sentarse junto al mar después delcolegio. Durante el verano hacía largas caminatas con sus amigos por la orilla del mar. Aún era joven cuando subió a un barco transatlántico que lo trajo al Perú.
Giacomo fue mi tatarabuelo; más de ciento cuarenta años nos separan. Hay muy pocos cosas que sé sobre su vida. Solo un par de fotografías y un paisaje que desde entonces ha cambiado mucho. He fantaseado con ese lugar. Posteriormente, lo he visitado y deambulado por las calles donde él creció. He mirado hacia el mismo mar y arriba, hacia el mismo cielo.
Vídeo y edición: Daniel Sánchez Ortiz
I loved this chapter in Lauren Elkin´s book, Flaneuse, women walk the city in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice
and London where she writes about the meaning of postcards through
the exploration of Agnes Varda´s work.
Check out the full article in spanish here ---> https://malqueridadice.com/2018/05/ana-lia-orezzoli/
and make sure to follow Malquerida, women supporting women!
Full article and more photos here ---->
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I am one of the 4 winners in the Single Image category of #FotoRoomOPEN | East Edition!!
Click on the link below to see all the images.
If you happen to be in London you can get your tickets here: www.artonapostcard.com/shop
A selection of photographs from my latest series "Volver" have been featured inIncandescent Zine issue 12. Still a work in progress, "Volver" (Coming Back) is a project about love, the idea of home and coming back to a strange place.
Incandescent is a bi-annual international color film zine showcasing emerging photographers. It is curated and produced in Portland, Oregon by Pine Island Press.
You can get your copy here (cover photograph by me :) ---> http://pineislandpress.storenvy.com/collections/450685-incandescent
It was a sunny afternoon in Lima -which is strange during this time of the year- when I took this photograph of Diego and Mateo on the day they were celebrating their love, together with their family and friends. I'm so grateful they let me be part of this special day.
So much love, so much.
A few months ago I was selected to be featured in Workplaces Project, an online platform that showcases artists in relation to their creative enviroment. The post came out a month ago.
The beautiful photographs belong to Leslie Hosokawa
Design by Alexandra Colmenares
see full link --->http://www.workplacesproject.com/Ana-Lia-Orezzoli