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Esta obra audiovisual se presenta en una caja que contiene materiales inéditos en forma de pósters y desplegables. Tres diaporamas de Alberto García-Alix, con música original de Melingo en formato DVD. De Carne y Hueso de cuarenta minutos, presentado en los Rencontres Internationales de Arles; Lo más cerca que estuve del paraíso, audiovisual de 25 minutos creado para el museo Es Baluard, en el que el fotógrafo recopila su material fotográfico sobre las Islas Baleares, en particular Formentera; y Una perpetua fuga, pieza de 10 minutos de duración realizada originalmente como obra central del stand de El País en ARCO 09.
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Alberto García-Alix (León, Spain, 1956). Throughout his career he has received several national and international awards including the National Photography Prize (1999), the Prize of Photography of the Community of Madrid (2004), PHotoEspaña Prize (2012), and he’s been finalista, in 2014, of the Deutsche Börse prize.
Since the early 80s, he has completed numerous exhibitions, such in Les Rencontres Internationals d’Arles at the National Art Museum Reina Sofia in the Parisian Maison Europeenne de la Photography, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Castilla y León (MUSAC). Currently, until April 10, one of his last works, “A false horizon” is being exhibited at Tabacalera de Madrid, space managed by the spanish Department of Culture.
As an author, he has published a dozen books of photography and various audiovisual Works where narrative and image complement each other. The last book he has published is “MOTO” (Bike), a photo book published in 2015 by Cabeza de Chorlito, house that he has co-founded. “MOTO” gathers up his photos of the motorcycles, shouted since the late seventies until now. As an editor, it should be noted that he founded the cult magazine “El canto de la tripulación” in 1989.