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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?"

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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?"

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About the Author

Aurelio Monge
mgartstudio Barcelona

Born in Andalucia (Spain, 1971) my portfolio is deeply and amply inspired by the Baroque painters and by the Romanticism and Academicism Old Masters, mainly Caravaggio, as well also the classical sculpture of Phidias, Michelangelo, Cellini and Giambologna, and including futuristic Photodynamism (Bragaglia) and the Bacon's work.

Photography is for me a kind of philosophy. 
A way to explore the human psychology and myself.
A path that allows me to dive into a new dimension of life experience and man's relationship with the surrounding world.

Publish Date  December 26, 2011

Dimensions  Large Square  28 pgs   Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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