S/T, 2005
80 x 60 cm
Editions: 25
7.000 €
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ISABEL MUÑOZ Isabel Muñoz Vilallonga was born in Barcelona in 1951. From a young age, she was interested in art, especially photography, and began to study it at the School of Arts and Crafts in Barcelona, where she moved to Madrid in the 70's, where she began to work professionally in the world of photography. There she worked as a press photographer and portrait photographer, and began to develop her style, which is characterized by her constant search for beauty and the language of bodies.Isabel Muñoz has dedicated herself to portraying different cultures, such as African, Japanese, Spanish and Mexican culture, among others. In all her photographs, the artist seeks to capture the beauty of the human body, its forms, gestures and movements.In 1999, Isabel Muñoz received her first World Press Photo award, one of the most prestigious international photography prizes. She received it for her series of photographs "Transsexuals in Cuba". In 2004, she received her second World Press Photo award for her series of photographs "Holy Week in Seville".In 2009, Isabel Muñoz received the PHotoEspaña Award and the Medal of Merit in Fine Arts. And in 2016, she received the Spanish National Photography Award, one of the most important awards in the field of photography in Spain.



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