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Photography has acquired symbolic values, telling us about the world. Conspiring with history, the photographic image as a document, has helped us to understand our environment much better: It has bought what is far away in space, much nearer to us, and has allowed us to stop time in its tracks.
In this way, a traditional concept of photography as an objective reproducer of reality began to form. This value of truth, is a partial approximation towards its appearance, more than a review of its ontological statutes: its only function its not to denote through representation; on the other hand, it often communicates on the plane of suggestion.
"Bodies" is the result of focusing my attention on the photography as a way of suggestion, for which it is specially appropriate: a re-creation of the body, instead of an attempt to represent this objectively.
A dreamlike vision where the image bring us close of the world of memory and imagination.


About the Author

Miguel Angel Muñoz Pellicer
photomamp Spain
FACEBOOK PAGE: Graduated in Photography (1992) and BA Degree in Philosophy (2006). Since 1988 he has held about forty exhibitions in America and Europe. His photography is found in various public and private international collections as: Photographic Collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (Paris), IVAM - Photographic Collection of Gabriel Cualladó (Valencia), Collection of Club de Fotografía de México (Mexico D.F.), Museum of Fine Arts of Vitoria (Álava). Since 1992, he shares his photographic production, with activities concerning diffusion and photography teaching. He has imparted specialized courses and lectures, in Universities and cultural centers of France and Spain. Since 2002, his stock pictures appear in advertising, covers, books, magazines, TV commercials, etc. in more than 40 countries worldwide. More info:

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