Work presented at the Biennial of Art in Corbera d'Ebre (Spain) in 2011.
Throught it, Aurelio Monge presents a reflection based on some articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other rights not listed in it but vital to the survival and human dignity.
A deep and slow vision that invites us to self-reflection from the silence and solitude.
"Homo Sapiens (knowing man)…
What does the man knows?"
Obra presentada en la Bienal de Arte de Corbera d'Ebre (Tarragona) en 2011.
A través de ella, el autor plantéa una reflexión basada en algunos artículos de la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos y otros derechos no contemplados en ella pero vitales para la supervivencia y la dignidad humana.
Una visión profunda y pausada que nos invita a la reflexión própia desde el silencio y la soledad.
"El Hombre que piensa…
¿En qué piensa el Hombre?"
I was born in Jaen, Andalusia (1971) but living today at Miravet (Tarragona). My first contact with the photography art was when I had 18 years old but it was in 2009, after suffering a near to death experience when I feel a special motivation for photography as a personal art, exploring new ways and horizons more intimate and with my own perspective and sensibility. I focus my work on the human figure, especially the male body, not only as the study of it, and starting from the ideal representation of the nude classic beauty; sometimes Apollonian, as well as sometimes Dionysian; from the corporeal to the essential and linked with the sense of beauty, as a necessity of my sensible reality, and only reachable through the harmony, balance and proportion. From my point of view, the nudity art-expression transcends the merely erotic field in order to search the form's domain and the light's strength. It explains why at the same time, I also conceive a desert landscape as an Apollonian nude