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Antonio Cores

Antonio Cores


(San Fernando, Cadiz. 1936)
In the late 50, the Film Studies Boulogne in Paris, Antonio Cores into contact with photography for the first time management and study techniques.
In 1961, Madrid is set to 1971 and operates professional, dedicated service to commercial photography, fashion, industrial, architectural, and flamenco.
In 1963 he obtained the Prix Posters Representative of Spain with his sign at the New York World's Fair.
Decorate the wall with 30 photographs Spain Pavilion. With Jesus de la Sota and texts of Edgar Neville and Alfredo Manas performs the catalog for the exhibition, including photographs of Antonio Gades. Cinematography directs the Spanish TV.
In 1965, with Jesus and Alejandro de la Sota, puts into practice her photographic project of Popular Mediterranean architecture.During the spring of 1966, photographer Antonio Cores made a series of snapshots in the study of Pablo Picasso in Vallauris in the Antibes Museum Grimaldi and Mougins.
In 1968, he made his first trip to Africa and collect images from Algeria to Zaire.
In 1971 starts around the world in a sailboat with various projects, including commissions from the National Geographic. By shipwreck, all the work disappears.
Between 1975 and 1981 he produced his great journey across the Nile from Alexandria to Uganda.
Happen many experiences and adventures, and especially their experiences are unique with different Nilotic tribes.
With Claudio Bravo, from 60 until his death in 2011, maintains a very fluid relationship. Proof of this one of the last projects of Antonio Cores, in collaboration with the artist Beatriz del Rio, the book published in 2010 by Gallimard, "Marabouts, Maroc".
In recent years, spends some of his photographic work of digitization and classification of his work.www.antoniocores.com

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