Galatea 8 by Tortora & Travezan
Galatea 8 by Tortora & Travezan

Galatea 8 by Tortora & Travezan

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Galatea 8. Xcm x Xcm, Edition of 25 Giclee Print 

This 'Galatea' set by Tortora and Travezan has a warm, plastic pop, yet naturalistic sunset asthetic about it and works well in a floral, light environment.

David Tortora and Jaime Travezan use naturalism and surrealism to great effect in this set of images. The subject matter of a nude form surrounded by enlarged flowers with rich vibrant colours gives the pieces a strong spring quality and takes this naturalism further by giving at a great flowing composition, leading the eye around the piece.

 

About the Artist:

David Tortora, born in Italy, and Jaime Travezan, born in Peru, met in London in 2006 where Tortora worked as a designer and Travezan as a photographer. After an initial collaboration working on fashion editorials and portraiture, they started to focus on more personal projects embarked on a series of photographic investigations on the themes of sociocultural evolution, diversity, and inclusion. 

TORTORA + TRAVEZAN has won much acclaim for their distinctive style of work, including awards such as Winner of the 2016 Fine Art Photo Awards (Flora), Winner of the 2015 PDN Photo Annual, Personal Category (Galatea), Silver medal at Prix de la Photographie, Paris 2015 (PX3) Book Category (Mirame, Lima), Photographer of the Year nominee at the Lucie Awards 2014. (Galatea), Gold medal at Prix de la Photographie, Paris 2014 (PX3), Fine Arts Category (Galatea), Official Selection at the 2014 Kontinent Awards (The Garden of Earthly Delights)

Work has been selected for exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London as part of the 2012 and 2013 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize (Mírame, Lima) and be shown in solo or group shows at Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares, Mexico City, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Lima, Peru, Instituto de Cervantes, Paris, and Instituto de Cervantes, PHotoEspana, Madrid as well as Blue Sky Gallery, Portland Oregon and the Phillips Gallery in London.