Analog Cities: Istanbul

...Istanbul in black and white film shot with a compact camera. Millions of habitants, tourists, cars, bikes, boats, dirt, desertion and loads of graffiti.

Interview: SUSO33

We've been seeking to talk to him about his multidisciplinary work who doesn't seem to know limits in benefit of offering new ways to express his concerns

Interview: Selina Miles

We found very interesting talking with her about her job (which not only reduces to graffiti videos) and knowing her point of view of this scene were are inmerse in

83M80

We hope to introduce you to 83M80 and that you enjoy it so much as we do

15 May 2016

Analog Cities: Paris




During the last November we were in Paris the same weekend the terrible attacks took place. Here are some pictures of what was pretended to be a much more extensive footage, but after the circumstances it was impossible to deliver the task. The pictures are shot with a compact 32 mm objective camera and Kodak TRI-X 400 film.



El pasado noviembre nos encontrábamos en París el mismo fin de semana en el que tuvieron lugar los  terribles atentados. Ahí van unas cuantas fotos del que pretendía ser un reportaje más extenso y que, dadas las circunstancias, no pudo serlo. Las fotos están tiradas con una cámara compacta con un objetivo de 32mm y el carrete utilizado es Kodak TRI-X 400.

























13 May 2016

5minutes with: Trus BAD



New '5minutes' video by Ilovegraffiti. This time in Berlin with the classic writer Trus (BAD Crew).



Nuevo vídeo '5minutes' por Ilovegraffiti. En esta ocasión con el clásico escritor Trush (BAD Crew).

11 May 2016

PARRA ''I CAN´T LOOK YOUR FACE ANYMORE''



Back in the gallery Ruttkouski68, we can find the latest artist Parra until the 29th of this month, and as usual, the Dutch surprise us again with the works presented.

Inspired by selfies and the creation of edited selves in social media, the work for the exhibition focus on hiding the face of the figures displayed by superimposing objects in the composition, avoiding sculpting the face, or directly hiding under a circle with a color striking a blatant way.

Besides this, the artist plays with his usual range of colors, but adding a tone that reminds us of those typical instagram filter is saturated the internet.

If you have followed the artist's work through their social networks, this exhibition certainly resolves the issues that might have arisen about the direction they were taking their latest works.




De vuelta en la galería Ruttkouski68, podemos encontrar lo último de Parra hasta el 29 de este mes, y como viene siendo habitual, el holandés nos vuelve a sorprender con la obras expuestas.

Inspirado en los selfies y la autoedición de estas imágenes, los trabajos para la muestra se centran en ocultar la cara de las figuras que aparecen mediante la superposición de objetos en la composición, no esculpiendo el rostro, o directamente ocultando bajo un círculo con un color llamativo de una forma descarada.

Además de esto, el artista juega con su habitual gama de colores, pero añadiendo algún tono que nos hace recordar esos filtros típicos de instagram de los que está saturado internet.

Si habéis seguido la obra del artista a través de sus redes sociales, esta exposición sin duda, resuelve las cuestiones que pudieran haber surgido sobre la dirección que estaban tomando sus últimos trabajos.






















28 April 2016

Subway by Bruce Davidson




Subway is an american photographer Buce Davidson's piece of work from New York Subway from the early 80's and published by Apertured in 1986, when graffiti and danger took over this enormous underground system. The brilliant Davidson's pictures can soak you in that atmosphere since the beginning. At Magnum's website you can see a big part of Subway, and you can also purchase some of the re-releases that were published in the foregoing years, you can even find some copies of the first edition, at a much higher cost, obviously.



Subway es un trabajo del fotógrafo americano Bruce Davidson en el metro de Nueva York a principios de los años 80 y publicado por Aperture en 1986, cuando el graffiti y el peligro se apoderaron de este enorme sistema subterráneo. Las fotos del brillante Davidson sumergen a uno en ese ambiente desde el principio. En la web de Magnum se puede ver gran parte de Subway, también se puede adquirir alguna de las reediciones que salieron años después, e incluso se puede encontrar alguna copia de la primera edición por la web, aunque mucho más caras obviamente.