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Iconic Dulcinea

Why Dulcinea? Villager, maternal, feminine, eccentric, generous, submissive, rebellious, multiple personality, unique personality, wild nature, seductive, glib, unattainable, Empress of La Mancha, Lady of his Thoughts … Reality or fantasy ?. I dont know the formula for success but understand that for someone to become an icon must have a physical and chemical composition that challenges the standards and laws of the time. It is essential to have a memorable name, mentor, biographer, photographer, supporters, detractors, affected, critics, Quixotes, Sanchos […]

The Latent exhibition

        “Perhaps the gesture trigger the shutter of a camera is a conscious decision to catch something memorable and embalmed for preservation as something true. Instead the truth is latent, and the creation it is invention.”   In October 2015 Latent exhibition was presented at the gallery Mondo in Madrid. A few months later, the expanded collection with the video installation “The Rape of Europa” and some other photographs from the book, has been exhibited in the […]

Latente Book

  LATENTE “In the dream of invisible beings” Texts by Martin Sampedro, Leandro Taub and Anton Fernandez de Rota. Binding hardcover 31 x 31 cm. 200 pages. Limited edition, signed by the author.     Share List

Under the skin

Under the skin Martin Sampedro‘s latents are devoid of that tragic vision because the radiographed bodies are not real but imaginary, sublimated by desire. Sampedro fix the umbilical cord between the beginnings of photography (the latent image as a principle of analog photo) and the last digital or holographic techniques, using the concept of latency as mental substrate. Sculptural anatomies scanned by our libido, copulating, practicing cunnilingus, reflected in concave and distorting mirrors, photographing themselves in a mise en abyme […]

The transit of Venus

The transit of Venus By Martín Sampedro. 2012     Share List

“Los contrabandistas de Ronda”. Federico García Lorca and Salvador Dalí in love. Martin Sampedro, 2009