Equivalencias: las fotografías de Angela Hernández y Attilio Aleotti

Giusti, Sergio
April 2009
Confluencia;Spring2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p192
Academic Journal
The photography of Ángela Hernández and Attilio Aleotti is critiqued. Comparisons are made between the photography of Hernández and Aleotti and the series of cloud photographs produced by Alfred Stieglitz titled "Equivalent." The contrasting content and styles of Hernandez and Aleotti are also compared.


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