The landscape seen from a multiplicity of visual looks.
One of the frames that make up the “Amm” series was the piece that the young Alejandro V. Baró chose to participate in the XXIII edition of the Landscapes Salon “Leopoldo Romañach” inaugurated this November 16th in the Espacio 34th Gallery in Varadero, Cuba.
The snapshot of 8x12 inches is made in the technique of digital printing and resorts to the use of black and white to achieve a somewhat intimate composition between work and viewer.
From a contemporary perspective, the lens artist maintains an aesthetic dramaturgy that impregnates his own visual stamp and that remains in many of their pieces.
A selection of his photographs can be found in his profile in Artecru: https://artecru.com/en/project/alejandro-vega-baro-2/