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Vincent Fournier (France)

apr 30 - jun 7 2014

Martin Kollar (Slovakia)

mar 5 - apr 12 2014

Martin Guggisberg (Switzerland)

jan 15 - feb 22 2014

Aglaia Konrad (Austria)

nov 6 - dec 21 2013

Alejandro Guijarro (Spain)

sep 4 - oct 19 2013

Olivier Cablat (France)

jun 19 - jul 27 2013

Cristina de Middel (Spain)

mar 20 - apr 27 2013

Romain Mader (Switzerland)

jan 30 - mar 2 2013

Wolfgang Stahr (Germany)

nov 21 - jan 12 2013

Nadav Kander (Israel)

sep 8 - oct 27 2012

Jim Naughten (England)

may 2 - jun 9 2012

Nikita Pirogov (Russia)

mar 14 - apr 21 2012

Eric Lusito (France)

jan 25 - mar 3 2012

Bogdan Konopka (Poland)

nov 30 - jan 14 2012

Ilse Frech (Netherlands)

oct 12 - nov 26 2011

Christian Riis Ruggaber (Switzerland)

aug 31 - oct 1 2011

Jari Silomäki (Finland)

apr 13 - jun 25 2011

Paolo Woods (Netherlands)

feb 16 - apr 2 2011

Paulo Nozolino (Portugal)

dec 1 - feb 10 2011

Hans Op De Beeck (Belgium)

sep 4 - sep 26 2010

Marc Shoul (South Africa)

may 19 - jul 7 2010

Mathieu Bernard- Reymond (Switzerland / France)

mar 17 - may 5 2010

Andreas Seibert (Switzerland)

jan 27 - mar 10 2010

Alejandro Guijarro ( Spain - 1979 )


Born in Madrid in 1979, Spanish photographer Alejandro Guijarro lives and works in London. After studying at the Royal College of Art, he participated in numerous international exhibitions in New York, London, Madrid and Milan. His work is in private collections such as the Frank-Suss Collection and the Saatchi Gallery. His work explores the possibilities of photography and questioned its ability to relate to reality and to represent the truth.

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This series is the result of a project conducted over three years, during which Alejandro Guijarro visited the world's leading institutions in the field of quantum mechanics: Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, Berkeley and Stanford in the U.S. or the CERN in Switzerland. Using large format photography, he captures the offices and classrooms blackboards and presents them live size. Once taken out of their context, these boards become abstract paintings: formulas and equations mutate into forms, lines and colors. Traces of sponges which have sometimes erased some of the content become imaginary landscapes for the viewer's eye. These colorful designs remind the use of writing in the works of painters such as Basquiat and Cy Twombly.

Far from wanting to present an objective reality, Momentum is an attempt to bridge the worlds of science and arts. This series focuses on the gap between intentions and outcomes related to meanings and contexts. Removing these boards from their original environment, Alejandro Guijarro blurs the line between reality and its indexical representation. In doing so, it questions the status of the photographic image and allows us to access the pictorial and aesthetic dimensions of these objects.


In 2013, Alejandro Guijarro participated to the Vevey International Photography Award organised by the Festival Images.


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