Invitation to the opening in LZ46, Freijo Gallery. November 7 at 8 pm

Invitation to the opening in LZ46, Freijo Gallery. November 7 at 8 pm

"Heliamphora Heterodoxa" from the series "People and things", 2009-2019, 45 x 45 cm, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 5 + AP Edition

"Heliamphora Heterodoxa" from the series "People and things", 2009-2019, 45 x 45 cm, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 5 + AP Edition

"Similarities and differences" (Diptych), 2019, 60 x 60 each photograph, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 3 + AP Edition

"Similarities and differences" (Diptych), 2019, 60 x 60 each photograph, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 3 + AP Edition

"Similarities and differences" (Diptych), 2019, 60 x 60 each photograph, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 3 + AP Edition

"Similarities and differences" (Diptych), 2019, 60 x 60 each photograph, digital printing on Hahnemühle paper. 3 + AP Edition

"Ángela Bonadies, me, November 13, 1970" from the series "Join the dots to find the root", 2019, 110 x 90 cm, digital printing on fine art paper. 3 + AP Edition

"Ángela Bonadies, me, November 13, 1970" from the series "Join the dots to find the root", 2019, 110 x 90 cm, digital printing on fine art paper. 3 + AP Edition

Detail of "The jurassic wende" [Memory Game], 2019, 120 cards of 6.7 x 6.7 cm each. 
Approximate installation size: 85 x 85 cm.
Edition 1/3

Detail of "The jurassic wende" [Memory Game], 2019, 120 cards of 6.7 x 6.7 cm each. Approximate installation size: 85 x 85 cm. Edition 1/3

"Fishing", 2019, 24 x 33 cm, drawing, chinese ink on Fabriano paper. Unique piece

"Fishing", 2019, 24 x 33 cm, drawing, chinese ink on Fabriano paper. Unique piece

FISHING

Ángela Bonadies

from November 7, 2019 to December 14, 2019

LZ46 presents a new project by Ángela Bonadies. Her photographic work is centered on memory, archive, the visibility and invisibility of cultural structures and urban space.

Fishing is a game that pulls a thread to join works taken from the photographic archive and personal memory, with the pulse of what D.W. Winnicott called "the talisman of obsessive rituals". 

“My works arise from the interest in objects and their relationships, in the identity quality of things and their order, in the physical and conceptual displacements of structures, in people, their things and the words that designate them. I´m interested in photography as a language which generates other languages and extends to other media. Photography, in some way, is an archive: it not only links the images it produces with an external time and space, but also displays a series of relationships - varied, personal, emotional, cultural.”

Ángela Bonadies

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