The young lens artist Alejandro V. Baró proposes an interesting visual discourse from the codes of photography.
In one of the central exhibition spaces of the XIII Biennial of Havana in Matanzas city, the public can see three photograms of novel creator Alejandro V. Baró as part of the collective project “Root”.
It is an interesting proposal that combines architectural spaces with denotative and connotative elements of photography as a visual discipline creating a kaleidoscopic visual effect from a radial symmetry.
Through a morphological duality its creator is able to extrapolate to parallel universes in a transition from reality “to fiction” and vice versa, the result of study, dedication, a sharp analysis of their social and personal environment and try to give life in a metaphorical way to buildings that sometimes go unnoticed in our walk.
Some of their works are also in collateral exhibitions in Havana during the development of this important cultural event.
Also a selection of their photographs can be seen in his profile in the community of Artecru.