Ginjal (*signed*)

@ Andrade, Nuno

978-236511219-2

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Presentation by Editions Xavier Barral:

"In this first monograph, Nuno Andrade documents the regulars at Floresta do Ginjal, a dance hall in Lisbon where seniors meet. His portraits using flash take us into the intimacy of these lovers, dreamers, loners, and seducers. Through an immersive photography, both spontaneous and sensitive, focusing on details, Nuno Andrade manages to not only document the life of this venue, but also to render its festive and timeless atmosphere as well as to portray its community of regulars that keeps it alive, bringing into light their relationships and distinctive features. "

This book was published as part of the award « Prix HSBC pour la Photographie 2019 », that Andrade won jointly with Dominique Teufen for her series My travels through the world on my copy machine.

Copies signed by the artist. Text by Stefano Stoll in English and French.

108 pages - Linen hardcover

Editions Xavier Barral, 2019

Format : 19 x 24 cm

*Signed*

New - Mint condition

$31.81

Andrade, Nuno

Nuno Andrade is a Portuguese photographer. Initially trained as an architect, he pursues both activities. He was awarded the « Prix HSBC pour la Photographie » in 2019, for his series "Ginjal" about an formerly famous restaurant that is now turned into a dance hall for third age people. It has been published under the same title by Editions Xavier Barral. © Portrait taken from the online magazine "Connaissance des Arts" (photographer not credited)
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