Fons perdut de núvols'.


According to Andrés Galeano, photography operates in a similar way to clouds: it connects the instance of the earth with the celestial, channels the human desire for transcendence, the will to project and ascend, and returns them in the form of images that often aspire to represent a meaning and depth that surpass those of mundane life. Galeano, who inscribes his artistic practice in the field of post-photography and who formalises his work through publications, installations, photographic collages, videos and performances, has been interested for years in exploring these connections between photography and the celestial and, especially, in analysing how the photographic medium has served to connect these two instances from their birth to the present day.