Exhibition: Cesar Moreno Photography
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March 1st 2017
Bouchard is the project of a Venezuelan girl. After several dates, we meet each other through the camera. In several walks, and conversations I was collecting all of her through images and videos. I gathered every detail about her, her gestures, her smile, and her way of walking. Bouchard is the example of capturing the essence of a person who is showing the world through my lens. The project talks about how in a moment two people without knowing anything about each other, they can create something as magical as a friendship.
All of these images belong to the project Colombia. All the photos were taken in cities of Colombia: Villavicencio, Medellin, Bogotá, and Cartagena de Indias. All of these photos show the injustices, poverty inequalities, happiness, and different moments from the Colombia society.
All these photos belong to a collection of portraits of different people. Skaters, fashion bloggers, actors. They give me the opportunity to photograph them, and open their souls.
Notting Hill Carnival
A couple of shots from the Notting Hill Carnival in 2016. A colourful Carnival in one of the most iconic places of London, with lots of Jamaican influences.
My Father, Jose Antonio Moreno
This is my father, Jose Antonio Moreno, who was born in Uleila del Campo. A small town in the city of Almeria. He was the reason why these photos are here today, and why I love to take photographs.
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