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16 Photographs Latin America

With these photographs as elements of interior decoration, you will be in a state of complete immersion. They present both the architecture of cities and the extraordinary sights of these exciting countries.  ... See more See less

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  • Numbered limited editions

    All of the photographs are provided with their certificate of authenticity in numbered limited editions.

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Set out on a voyage of discovery of Latin America with YellowKorner’s photographers. Through their photographs, the artists help you to explore Cuba, Mexico, Colombia, or Peru. These original images reveal a Latin America charged with emotion, colour, and poetry. With these photographs as elements of interior decoration, you will be in a state of complete immersion. They present both the architecture of cities and the extraordinary sights of these exciting countries. Landscape , travel, and nature photography depending above all on the photographer’s gaze. The way in which the artist observes his or her environment lends an entirely new aspect to the image. On his travels, photographer Aurélien Villette observes lights, textures, or architectural perspectives. He goes beyond basic documentary coverage of an existing world with his oneiric and enigmatic images drawing you into what almost appears to be a parallel world. This surprising artist observes the abandonment or neglect of various locations. Between past and future, he reveals combinations of nature and human construction. On his travels, he’ll lead you through mazes of ruins bathed in light, as well as inside buildings brimming with history. A thousand leagues from the frenzy of city life inEurope or North America, the shots by Bernhard Hartmann are soothing. He observes Cuba in a very distinctive manner: no colourful alleyways, old cars , or cigars. He flees clichés to show us the truth, the flipside of the decor. You enter houses, at the heart of everyday life, and discover a culture. At the opposite end of the spectrum to this documentary approach, Marc Adamus heightens your wanderlust and brings you closer to the wonders of nature. Patiently, he captures unique moments offered by nature. He offers you the explosion of a wave, a burst of light, or a sunset. You’ll be hypnotised by his poetic photographs of an epic Latin America. Latin America is also clearly synonymous with football. You will find many photographs of this sport in the numbered limited editions of YellowKorner’s collection.