Blanco Roto, by Cristóbal Benavente

Madrid

Photographs taken in the white villages of Andalusia, during the hours of more intense light, around noon, and taking advantage of the ability of film photography to handle over-exposure so they would look as white as possible and pretending to reach that “break” of the white color with irony, where light, which should bring us light and information, in its excess removes limits and hides reality.

His interest in analogue photography was strengthened while he was studying philosophy, and it became a hobby that quickly went out of his hands. From there to a blog and from the blog to the creation of a store. All of this, without stopping making photos or exploring what others are doing, trying to develop a language of his own.

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Location: Fábrica de Cal Garbat. Mossén Jacint Verdaguer, 8. Vilassar de Dalt