New neighbourhoods

66,55 157,30 

New neighbourhoods

66,55 157,30 

“The new neighbourhoods of several Spanish cities present physiognomies that seek comfort rather than aesthetics. However, on many occasions the neighbours and their decorations achieve a great beauty almost by chance. This photo belongs to a series with which I work in that direction.” The rectangles of warm colors create a cheerful scene, bright windows of life. The soft filtering of light and perfect geometry of the view almost turns this original photo into an illustration, celebrating the artistic coincidence of our daily lives. 

 

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Jaime Oriz | Zaragoza

Jaime Oriz is a photographer and journalist. He entered the sector starting out as a producer and editor in Aragon Television (Aragón en Abierto and Buenos Días) and, later, as culture editor of the newspaper 20 Minutos. After being closely linked to the world of concert photography, in 2015 he opted to devote himself fully to photography. He is characterized by being a photographer of the everyday theme – with a certain obsessive tendency for composition and chromatic play. His style is increasingly minimalist, and more disconnected from the reality.

His first exhibition was Live in Zaragoza (2014), at the Centro Cívico Delicias, a collection of photographs of concerts in Zaragoza. The second was Una de seis (2016), at the Cai Joaquín Roncal exhibition hall. It was followed by Retuerta (2018, Las Armas), with a series of images that sought to recreate the sensations of the book of the same name by author Jorge Omeñaca. The last one was “Diario en una sala de espera” (Diary in a waiting room), in which he portrayed the loneliness of hospitals from his personal point of view.

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