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Rafael Blando is a Mexican photographer highly influenced by his native culture. For the past nine years he has documented and photographed more than 30 countries in 4 continents. Nowadays he is in a rupture point rediscovering the photographic discourse.
  • Travel review writer
    Minube — Madrid, Spain
  • Collaborator
    Revista Siglo Nuevo — Torreón, Mexico
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My work as photographer acts as a continuous quest of identity. Photography, in conjunction with social networking, has changed the way we preserve and project memory; revolutionizing the method to construct identity.
My images are a window to otherness, but also a mirror that will make us remind, question and r… Read More
My work as photographer acts as a continuous quest of identity. Photography, in conjunction with social networking, has changed the way we preserve and project memory; revolutionizing the method to construct identity.
My images are a window to otherness, but also a mirror that will make us remind, question and recognize through a sense of otherness, who we are, the ones that look at the images.
I have found in photography the ideal tool for this quest, due to its intrinsic ability to dissect and preserve an event in time. Traveling has provided me the necessary detachment to comprehend other sociocultural veils different from my own cultural baggage.
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“Visions of Paris” at Marioneta Cafe in Torreon, Mexico (2007)
“The face, the heart” at Regional Museum of la Laguna in Torreon, Mexico (2011)
“The face, the heart” Ex Convent of Carmen Museum in Guadalajara, Mexico (2012)
“Itineraries” at Ibero University Gallery in Torreon, Mexico (2015)
“Shoes” at Cult… Read More
“Visions of Paris” at Marioneta Cafe in Torreon, Mexico (2007)
“The face, the heart” at Regional Museum of la Laguna in Torreon, Mexico (2011)
“The face, the heart” Ex Convent of Carmen Museum in Guadalajara, Mexico (2012)
“Itineraries” at Ibero University Gallery in Torreon, Mexico (2015)
“Shoes” at Cultural Forum 81 in Guanajuato, Mexico (2017)

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