Crónicas de un desembarco 01

12 x 12 cm · Shared edition of 25 
Technique: Silver chloro-bromide sulphur toned.
Project: Crónicas de un desembarco
Year: 2006
Signed by the author.


One winter afternoon, a small story reaches my ears. The continuation and the trace left by that story take me to Maderuelo, a small town in Castilla. The trip serves in this series as an excuse to mean experiences, to arrange different times, physical, metaphorical and imaginary and to compose them as reflective, vital territory. The journey suggests border, that threshold where present, past and future compose and imagine the creative process constructed from an internal entity and that manifests itself in the landscape. The Crónicas de un desembarco series illustrates the transit of one’s own experience, through those poetic spaces where the unusual takes place, where photography escapes all control, where no effect can be calculated. And he does it through a trip without fixed direction, in constant search, allowing himself to be dragged by the dizziness of the experience, of the displacement, and in short, by the desire to build an image of the world in which his own presence is manifested.

Additional information

Dimensions12 × 12 cm

12 x 12 cm · Edición de 25




All copies are handmade printed by the author on silver gelatin quality. The traditional chemical printing guarantees an optimal conservation and durability of about 250 years. Due to all copies are reproduced by hand, there may be small variations comparing to the representations shown on the web page.

Certificate of Authenticity:

This artwork is numbered, belong to a limited series, is signed by the author and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity with the express consent of the author.