Today, more than ever in history, we have the possibility to take photographs at any time. We create images quickly and easily. We create images because we can.
A self-portrait can be an instrument to get to know oneself, a way of exposing our body but it also manifests the feeling and the intimate way of being. A self-portrait is a map of your intimate world, a statement of intentions, a testimony about who you are and how you show yourself.
The ANDANAfoto Photography Award recognizes original photographic projects of an artistic nature and themes related to personal development.
Today, more than ever in history, we have the possibility to take pictures any time. We create images quickly and easily. We create images because we can. ANDANAfoto takes one more step in the design of innovative photography workshops, we have created the first workshop of self-knowledge through photography for WhatsApp.
With a previous €15 registration, each participant will receive everyday the contents on their own WhatsApp, with the aim of knowing the potential of photography as a tool of self-knowledge, communication and transformation.
Photography since its invention has changed our lives in every way, what we know, how we represent ourselves, what we discover and document …
Photography as a social function is a discipline that promotes change and social development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people. The principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility and respect for diversity (…) involve people and structures to face life’s challenges and increase well-being.
This exhibition talks about the need to break the silence, to give light and make visible the reality of people in the process of integration, anonymous artists or normal people that we all are. The images show a normalizing and integrating nuanve, an understanding of reality from the perpective of its own protagonists.
Look the picture. Ask to it. Are you?
Photography speaks about aspirations and challenges, of a way of looking at life: it defines individuality. Contemplating photographs we realize that we are contemplating ourselves. And that’s the key: to realize.
It was a great find. Few books speak so clearly about the processes of therapeutic photography and the use of photography in personal spaces and social intervention.
Ansel Adams said that photography is not only done with the camera “you do it with all the images you have seen, with all the books you have read, with all the music you have listened to and with all the people you have loved”. We are totally convinced, that’s why on January 31,…