Tania Franco Klein

Our Life in the Shadows: Contained (Self-portrait)

2016
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Our Life in the Shadows (2016-2017). Staged photographs meticulously elaborated for the camera result in intense images revealing an obsessive treatment of color, as the language to evoke a sense of mystery and evanescence that runs between lethargy and vigil. Her characters, entrancing yet exhausted, seem to be in an odd line between defeat and hope.

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Our Life in the Shadows: Locked Rooms (Self-portrait)

2016
Ed. 6 + 2 A.P.
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Our Life in the Shadows (2016-2017). Staged photographs meticulously elaborated for the camera result in intense images revealing an obsessive treatment of color, as the language to evoke a sense of mystery and evanescence that runs between lethargy and vigil. Her characters, entrancing yet exhausted, seem to be in an odd line between defeat and hope.

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Tania Franco Klein

Our Life in the Shadows: Positive Disintegration (Self-portrait)

2017
Ed. 6 + 2 A.P.
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Our Life in the Shadows (2016-2017). Staged photographs meticulously elaborated for the camera result in intense images revealing an obsessive treatment of color, as the language to evoke a sense of mystery and evanescence that runs between lethargy and vigil. Her characters, entrancing yet exhausted, seem to be in an odd line between defeat and hope.

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Tania Franco Klein

Our Life in the Shadows: Toaster (Self-portrait)

2016
Ed. 6 + 2 A.P.
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Our Life in the Shadows (2016-2017). Staged photographs meticulously elaborated for the camera result in intense images revealing an obsessive treatment of color, as the language to evoke a sense of mystery and evanescence that runs between lethargy and vigil. Her characters, entrancing yet exhausted, seem to be in an odd line between defeat and hope.

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Untitled

2014
Ed. 5 + 2 A.P.
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Under the pseudonym and long-term project Domestic Fine Arts, León has combined photographic, musical and journalistic practices for fifteen years. His imagery, at times displaying models, does not only have the glamour of fashion magazines, much more they come to embody deeply romantic scenes. In León’s work, the intensity of life itself becomes fragile and fleeting, displaying a dark version of love and destruction.

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Untitled (Parque México)

2017
Ed. 5 + 2 A.P.
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Under the pseudonym and long-term project Domestic Fine Arts, León has combined photographic, musical and journalistic practices for fifteen years. His imagery, at times displaying models, does not only have the glamour of fashion magazines, much more they come to embody deeply romantic scenes. In León’s work, the intensity of life itself becomes fragile and fleeting, displaying a dark version of love and destruction.

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Domestic Fine Arts: Quetzal & Emmanuel

2008
Ed. 5 + 2 A.P.
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Domestic Fine Arts. Bajo el pseudónimo Domestic Fine Arts, Jésus Léon ha combinado fotografía, música y prácticas periodísticas por más de quince años. Su imaginario en el que muestra a ‘modelos’ posee no solo el glamour de una revista de moda, sino que permite personificar escenas profundamente románticas. En el trabajo de León Hernández, la intensidad de la propia vida se vuelve frágil y fugaz, para mostrar una versión oscura del amor, la oscuridad y la destrucción.

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Restricted Area: Monument of the Conquerors of the Space

2015
Ed. 6 + 1 A.P.
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Restricted Areas (2015) is a series about the utopian strive of humans for technological progress. Better, higher, stronger… Always trying to own ever more this human desire is the source of technical progress including commodities and grandeur as well as the tools of violence that keep power over the other. “I travel in search of places which used to have great importance for the technical progress and are now deserted. Those places lost their significance together with its utopian ideology which is now obsolete. Secret cities that could not be found on maps, forgotten scientific triumphs and abandoned buildings of almost inhuman complexity. The perfect technocratic imagery of a future that never came.” For Restricted Areas, Tkachenko traveled the former countries part of the former USSR, in search of places that used to hold great importance for the idea of technological progress. These places are now deserted. They have lost their significance, along with their utopian ideology, which is now obsolete. “Any progress comes to an end sooner or later. It can happen due to different reasons: nuclear war, economic crisis or natural disasters. For me it is interesting to witness what is left after.”

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Border’s Walls, Tijuana: The line

2017
Triptych Ed. 3
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Border’s Walls, Tijuana (2017 - ongoing). “Mexico’s Northern frontier is painful. The richest country on the globe meets an “underdeveloped” one. In 1846, the US Army invaded Mexico, ending with a final appropriation of half from its original territory, which moved the border to its actual position. During the XX century the efforts to shield the frontier begun and on this XXI century, Trump is determined to built a great wall from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The triptych from the Border’s Wall series: Tijuana —emblematic border’s city— runs over this story. Who is the owner of the land? Does the original inhabitants have rights?  Walls are able to shield a country?” Pablo Ortiz Monasterio. Mexico City, 2018.

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Border’s Walls, Tijuana: The line

2017
Single Ed. 6
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Border’s Walls, Tijuana (2017 - ongoing). “Mexico’s Northern frontier is painful. The richest country on the globe meets an “underdeveloped” one. In 1846, the US Army invaded Mexico, ending with a final appropriation of half from its original territory, which moved the border to its actual position. During the XX century the efforts to shield the frontier begun and on this XXI century, Trump is determined to built a great wall from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The triptych from the Border’s Wall series: Tijuana —emblematic border’s city— runs over this story. Who is the owner of the land? Does the original inhabitants have rights?  Walls are able to shield a country?” Pablo Ortiz Monasterio. Mexico City, 2018.

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Border’s Walls, Tijuana: The line

2017
Single Ed. 6
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Border’s Walls, Tijuana (2017 - ongoing). “Mexico’s Northern frontier is painful. The richest country on the globe meets an “underdeveloped” one. In 1846, the US Army invaded Mexico, ending with a final appropriation of half from its original territory, which moved the border to its actual position. During the XX century the efforts to shield the frontier begun and on this XXI century, Trump is determined to built a great wall from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The triptych from the Border’s Wall series: Tijuana —emblematic border’s city— runs over this story. Who is the owner of the land? Does the original inhabitants have rights?  Walls are able to shield a country?” Pablo Ortiz Monasterio. Mexico City, 2018.

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Border’s Walls, Tijuana: The line

2017
Single Ed. 6
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Border’s Walls, Tijuana (2017 - ongoing). “Mexico’s Northern frontier is painful. The richest country on the globe meets an “underdeveloped” one. In 1846, the US Army invaded Mexico, ending with a final appropriation of half from its original territory, which moved the border to its actual position. During the XX century the efforts to shield the frontier begun and on this XXI century, Trump is determined to built a great wall from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The triptych from the Border’s Wall series: Tijuana —emblematic border’s city— runs over this story. Who is the owner of the land? Does the original inhabitants have rights?  Walls are able to shield a country?” Pablo Ortiz Monasterio. Mexico City, 2018.

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