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Gregori Civera

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Gregori Civera

Born: 1971

Hometown: Barcelona

Based in: BARCELONA

 

b La Coruña (1971)
After finishing my regular education, I completed photography studies in my hometown. In the early 90's, when I was in my twenties, I started an architectural photography studio and work for magazines and architects- Later, around the year 2000, I shifted my interests to editorial photography (Vogue, Wallpaper, Monocle...) and some comercial work while shooting some personal projects.

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Gregori Civera, Spain

Photography

US$ 4,800

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La Muralla Roja #3 by Gregori Civera

Gregori Civera, Spain

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US$ 3,850

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La Muralla Roja #2 by Gregori Civera

Gregori Civera, Spain

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US$ 3,850

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La Muralla Roja #1 by Gregori Civera

Gregori Civera, Spain

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US$ 3,850

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La Muralla Roja #4 by Gregori Civera

Gregori Civera, Spain

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US$ 1,850

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About Gregori Civera


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What inspires you?

I'm mostly interested in the details of the material world and our relation with what surrounds. I'm interested in how things are built and how can photography help us understand our habitat. I'm also very interested in portrait and its capacity to describe the physical aspect of a fellow human.


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Describe your creative process.

My process revolves around finding a vantage point from. It is a bit like fishing, you find your spot and wait. You wait for teh light to change fot something to happen whitin the space you have framed. sometines I use large format film cameras, some other times I use high end digital cameras,


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Photography Architecture Portrait


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Ed Ruscha, Joel Sternfeld, William Eggleston, Velázquez, Kubrick.......


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

A camera and a tripod


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Persist


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Where do you go for inspiration?

I love to have long walks, specially If I don't know the city or country I'm in.

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