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Dani Garcia Sarabia, Divine Light

Dani Garcia Sarabia Divine Light , 2012

View in a room Photography 14.2 x 9.4 inch 6 remaining copies


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Dani Garcia Sarabia, Divine Light
  • Offered by the gallery

    Fifty Dots Gallery
    Barcelona - Spain

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Medium

    Photography : pigment ink

  • Support

    Photography on Hahnemuehle fine art paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 20 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    14.2 x 9.4 inch

  • Framing

    White wood frame with glass

  • Artwork dimensions including frame

    0 x 0 inch

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  • About the artwork

    There are places in the world where it seems that time stands still, the rush of civilization fades and the gaze is lost in the distance, to the point where we fix our eyes on the horizon and we end up losing track of time. Nothing changes, everything remains undisturbed over the course of time.

    There are other places where the chaos and almost madness catches us and takes us into a vortex that spins and spins incessantly as the adrenaline rises and we seek sensations that make us live with great intensity.

    And finally, there are those spaces that fill our eyes with multicolored commercial products to satisfy our needs.

    Andorra is a unique country, unknown for many, that condenses in very little space everything previously cited. In a few minutes we can move from streets full of the highest level stores to immerse us in the lush of nature, or get carried away by the speed of the descence through the ski slopes, connected between them to become one of the largest ski areas in Europe. And everything separated by a few meters and a very few kilometers. Andorra, in the words of writer Joan Barril is a vertical country. Only fifteen minutes walk away and we find ourselves in a path in the mountains, where we leave the stores, noise, stress and traffic, which are diluted among the branches of trees. The horizon disappears behind the high mountains, which rise as if they were a great wall.

    This curious coexistence configure a unique landscape, unpredictable when you consider the extreme weather of the place, with white winters, springs full of colors, warm summers and reddish and ocher autumns. Every look, every time, in every place and on every occasion, offers a completely different view. Low clouds covering our vision of a pure white, minutes after these clouds clear up and give way to a beam of light that illuminates, through the mist, the wet roofs of the city that lies below. When winter comes and the snow covers the entire country, traffic lights cut the white panorama like rivers of incandescent lava. Nothing is ever the same, everything is always different, we can go from peace to the turmoil, from the more intense green to red without leaving the same landscape. It is the madness of the change in the sea of ??tranquility. The contradiction carried to its highest expression.

    Behold that photography serves to immortalize the stillness of change.

    And behold as through a series of pictures we get to capture this magnificent spectacle that connects nature and civilization.

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    • Tags
    • light

    • clouds

    • landscape

    • mountains

    • rain


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Dani Garcia Sarabia

Born in: 1978 Spain

Emergent Artist

Talking about Dani García Sarabia is akin to showing a photographer seeking the most primitive essence of natural habitat. The images he catches with his artist’s eye appear full of contradictions. On the one hand they seem paintings sweetly drawn from nature, and on the other they are given an immense dramatism capable of taking us to almost unknown interior spaces. In his skilful hands the camera plays extraordinarily to show different facets of the same scene through games of light and tones or even the absence of colour, all thanks to the contrasts of extreme climates. We can therefore say without fear of mistake that the scenes portrayed under his particular and special perspective often enclose a subtle irony or double meaning that inspire different reflections and interpretations.
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Dani Garcia Sarabia, Divine Light
Dani Garcia Sarabia, Divine Light