Ferran Mateo

La Habana – Taller mecánico al aire libre #805

5001.200

The series “La Habana” is a photographic project produced by the Spanish Embassy in Cuba on the occasion of the Spanish presidency of the Council of the European Union. First seen in the exhibition “Cruce de ojos” at the National Library of Cuba, its images were took defining a dichotomous dialogue with the “Horizons” series by the Anglo-American artist Sze Tsung Leong.

The objective of this project has been to draw a map of La Habana taking into consideration these points of convergence, locations in the urban plot where different languages intermingle, sometimes imperceptibly. From these points is created on the map an alternative route through which to explore and discover the nuances of the Caribbean capital.

The conservation of vintage cars in Cuba is an art. Circulate, above all, the “almendras” of the fifties, repaired again and again. They are Cadillacs, Buicks, Chevrolet and even Studebakers who have survived the Fidel era.

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Description

Series A

60 x 150 cm

Limited Edition of 5

Series B

30 x 75 cm

Limited Edition of 8

Printed on Hahnemühle paper, 100% cotton fibre and acid-free.

All photos are printed on art-quality stucco paper with light-stable pigmented inks guaranteed to last over 75 years.

Signed and numbered on the back.

 

 

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Ferran Mateo

Ferran Mateo is a photographer specialised in landscape, architecture and performing arts. Graduated in Physics and Humanities, he has completed postgraduate studies in Granada (Research and production in art) and Madrid (Diplomacy and International Relations). He has collaborated with national and international architectural offices and he published in several magazines.
He has also been in charge of the investigation and documentation process for theatrical pieces produced by the Catalonian National Theatre and by the Barcelona's Beckett Theatre, as well as by other theatrical, dance and music companies. Among the works belonging to this last section, the audiovisual works for the Youth Orchestra of the Americas and for the composer Philip Glass stand out.
Since 2009 she has been developing all his visual projects in collaboration with Marta Rebón (Barcelona, 1976), writer and translator of authors such as Boris Pasternak, Vasili Grossman and Andréi Tarkovski. Together they regularly publish in El País Semanal and have developed projects in Russia, Morocco, Spain, Cuba and Ecuador.