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Mientras Cantan los Pájaros en Xataka Foto

April 29, 2020

August 30, 2017

January 19, 2017

Opening September 29 - October 9, 2016

State Art Gallery

 

Kavuri Hills, Madhapur, Hyderabad, India. 

September 12, 2016

Angela Sairaf apresenta o interior da Índia, mais precisamente do estado de Orissa, em How Much is Too Much. Suas imagens lidam com grafismos, cores e principalmente com a noção de volume e preenchimento. Suas fotografias falam muito sobre o vazio, sobre a calma e seu oposto, apresentado pelo preenchimento completo do quadro construindo uma oposição visual que fala muito sobre a realidade do interior indiano em que há grandes volumes de produção e de pessoas, mas ainda há muito espaço para desenvolvimento estrutural.

August 23, 2016

Exposición de fotografía, ‘How much is too much’, de la brasileña Angela Sairaf, en Espacio Cultural SDI. Muestra de imágenes tomadas en distintos pueblos y tribus del estado de Orissa, India, considerado uno de los más pobres y retrasados del país.

Espacio Cultural SDI - Madrid

02 al 30 de septiembre

July 27, 2016

Brazilian photographer Angela Sairaf has spent the past few years traveling the world in search of Tapuicacas. With their bright, colorful masks, the Tapuicacas are hard to miss; with their plain clothes and pedestrian activities, they are unusually relatable. Of the elusive figures, Sairaf says, “Tapuicacas are closer than you think... their lives are top-secret and they never reveal their true identity.”

June 1, 2016

Spanish Photographer Angela Sairaf shares with us her series The Secret Life of Tapuicacas, her mysterious figures who live all around the globe.

Opening April 23 - July 8, 2016

How Much is too Much series is one of the 9 finalists on Professional Photography Category on FINI - Festival Internacional de la Imagen

 

Opening April 23 - 17:30 - Until July 8

Central Building of the UAEH - Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo

 Abasolo 600, Centro, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico

April 9, 2016

Presentación del proyecto Olvido en Photopitch / Plural 16

 

12:00

Espacio Unonueve - Calle de Gutenberg, 4 - Madrid - España

March 30, 2016

"Sairaf’s pictures seem at the same time vastly open and unsettlingly confining. There’s an abstract quality to several of the pictures, and I can’t quite orient myself in them. The fog and snow depicted are quieting, like a boundary that’s penetrable but mysterious. The series, entitled now + here = nowhere, speaks of boundaries and boundlessness, using what I think of as one of the strangest of the ordinary weather conditions to describe nature’s ability to mystify."  Emma Kisiel

March 17, 2016

The house is empty.

But what is death?

What is, is what is no longer.

Silent. Blind. Empty.

A place to live, but what was the living?

There is darkness in the blanks.

After all -after all!- just left oblivion...

Oblivion...

 

 

Transversalidades - Group Exhibition at Facultad de Geografía y Historia - Salamanca - Spain

Opening March 11 - April 4, 2016

Opening March 11, 11:30

C/ Cervantes s/n  - Facultad de Historia y Geografía

 

Group Exhibition where will be shown some photos of the series "Time Devours Happiness"

The Secret Life of Tapuicacas on NEWS Photography Magazine, from Spain

March 10, 2016

The Secret Life of Tapuicacas project on AFOCO'S magazine ( Cover and pages 11 - 29 )

 

AFOCO - Photographic association of Córdoba, Spain

Solo Exhibition The Secret Life of Tapuicacas at Ignacio Barceló Gallery - Córdoba, Spain

Opening March 10 - May 16, 2016

Galería Ignacio Barceló

Calle Alcalde de la Cruz Ceballos, 7  Córdoba, Spain

Del 10/03 al 16/05/2016

Lunes y jueves de 20:00 a 22:00h.

 

March 3, 2016

Mask series on C 41 Magazine, curated by Luca Attilio Caizzi

March 2, 2016

 

"These wonderful photographs by Angela Sairaf make us feel so peaceful.

Sairaf explains: 'Consciousness is the key to escape geographical confinement. When one has no place, but permeates the Universe, the concepts of near and far away disappear.'

Right now we are escaping the busy Amsterdam in our minds, to be in these serene landscapes." Mette te Velde

February 10, 2016

"Brazilian Spain-based photographer, Angela Sairaf uses her skills, creativity and talent to create poetical images that portray her subjects in a mature and unique way."

February 5, 2016

Selected on Artist Residency at University of Salamanca for a solo exhibition at CEB. Series Izabel

 

Opening on March 2016

 

 

 

 

http://www.cebusal.es/resultado-residencia-artistica-2016/

January 31, 2016

"Este proyecto nos invita a dejar de lado los estereotipos físicos y culturales, a no catalogar a las personas [...]" Edgardo Moraga

January 25, 2016

Angela Sairaf’s Photographs From ‘Healing’ Undermine Our Conception Of Beauty

 

"Angela Sairaf‘s photographs from ‘Healing’ are an exercise in the rejection of cliché, in the undermining of our aesthetic compulsions, nurtured impulses that underpin our conception of beauty and what it means to be perfect. [...]

However, despite her rich back catalogue, it’s this project that is most fascinating. The notion that our aesthetic judgement is born without rather than within, studiously nurtured by outside forces, marketing agencies and corporations, whose desire to sell us product has led us to be manipulated by images that are without flaw, are ultimately inhuman and without truth. We as a society sucked in by the impossibility of human perfection." Moray Mair

January 21, 2016

Iceland Review - Brazilian Photographer Creates Iceland Project  

 

"Brazilian photographer Angela Sairaf has created a series of photos, titled now + here = nowhere, almost all of which she took in Iceland during trip to the country in March, 2015. Although the photos are in color, the subject is mainly black and white, with snow playing a prominent role."  Vala Hafstad

November 2015

Note (pages 93 to 124) about How Much is Too Much project on AFOCO´s Magazine

 

 

AFOCO - Photographic Association of Córdoba, Spain

Time Devours Happiness - Solo exhibition at BAG Gallery - Recife - Brazil

Opening: November 28th 2015

BAG Gallery - Recife - Brazil