Tono Arias

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This volume gathers the images taken by Tono Arias from the beginning of his photographic career at the age of 17 until the end of the author’s journalistic stage in the early 1990s.

is a glimpse of Galicia at the end of the century; from the urban environment of the city of Ourense to the rural life of the province with photographs of the village of Aceredo, flooded by the Lindoso reservoir. It also contains images of popular celebrations and religious traditions, such as “A Festa da Auga” in Vilagarcía de Arousa and “A Festa do Polvo” in O Carballiño.

Ojos de Buey is a collection dedicated to documentary photography made in Spain in the last fifty years; a series of periodical publications, each one focused on a determined photographer’s work.

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Edition First
Binding Softcover
Pages 44
Size 160 x 213 mm.