Mario Monforte


 

In "Keops" the artist Mario Monforte reinterpret masterfully at National Photography Award recently deceased Pablo Perez Minguez, who was known to be the photographer of the "Spanish Movida"
In “Keops” the artist Mario Monforte reinterpret masterfully at National Photography Award recently deceased Pablo Perez Minguez, who was known to be the photographer of the “Spanish Movida”

Mario Monforte, Cáceres, Spain, 1980. Lives and works in Madrid. He studied Ancient Art and Archaeology at the UEX, and later completed a Master’s Degree specializing in photography. Despite training in visual language and other artistic areas, he is passionate about experimentation.

The concept of empty takes dimension on the work “white ghost”. Agglutinating together all the colors in the same spectrum under the calm visual as spinning of the observed. Using white on white background, where the concept of empty space is diluted in conjunction of the image. Recreating human ghosts with the undertaken to reach total abstraction through the negation of the object.
The concept of empty takes dimension on the work “white ghost”. Agglutinating together all the colors in the same spectrum under the calm visual as spinning of the observed.
Using white on white background, where the concept of empty space is diluted in conjunction of the image. Recreating human ghosts with the undertaken to reach total abstraction through the negation of the object.

He began his integration into the world of art during the 90´s and was influenced by net-art, robotics and digital art. The influence of this impregnation results in a direct reflection on the tradition of modernism. Other influences on his work are Kazimir Malévich , George Maciunas and Gerhard Richter.

The isolated and unusual solitude through images. Away from the cities, concentrated in unpopulated images. Portraits of solitude, where is embodied expres- siveness and beauty of Quietude. Snapshots on transit cars or mute the sound of the passing of life.
The isolated and unusual solitude through images. Away from the cities, concentrated in unpopulated images.
Portraits of solitude, where is embodied expres- siveness and beauty of Quietude. Snapshots on transit cars or mute the sound of the passing of life.

Scenic anthropization is reflected in his work, albeit recently, he is working on a portrait of contemporary society using current digital techniques.

In his photographs, the daily life is abruptly represented in visual abstraction. The elements of his work take shape through our eyes. Work and viewer come together in a technobiological synesthesia. Monforte endows his work with own and distinctive style.

“Human Avatars” is a series of portraits from human beings, which built its individuality through their personal image. The exteriorization of the ego through the aspect, shapes people like usual icons escaping to the ordinary.
“Human Avatars” is a series of portraits from human beings, which built its individuality through their personal image. The exteriorization of the ego through the aspect, shapes people like usual icons escaping to the ordinary.
“Human Avatars” is a series of portraits from human beings, which built its individuality through their personal image. The exteriorization of the ego through the aspect, shapes people like usual icons escaping to the ordinary.
“Human Avatars” is a series of portraits from human beings, which built its individuality through their personal image. The exteriorization of the ego through the aspect, shapes people like usual icons escaping to the ordinary.

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