Alfredo Blasquez

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Alfredo Blasquez is a photographer and communicologist. To create photographic compositions, he uses different types of marine debris to give new values and meanings. Alfredo holds degrees in Sciences and Techniques of Information and Professional Photography and has worked in different projects related to education, environment and travel. In 2013 he participate in a beach cleaning campaign in the state of Guerrero, where he photograph different categories of trash collected on the beach, mainly to teach children the importance of reducing the impact of our consumption habits and the amounts and types of waste deposited in the oceans and beaches. From these early compositions he became more involved with the theme and decided to make a series about other cases for which he has been traveling to several beaches and working in different campaigns and publications related to marine debris.

He has presented solo shows at the Traeger & Pinto Gallery and Galería Cero in Mexico City and was selected winner in the Latin American Photography 3 & 4 by American Illustration & Photography in 2014 and 2015.

Mexican. Based in Mexico City.


Available Works

Combs, 2015
MOUNTED PRINT

Artist: Alfredo Blasquez
Print Dimensions: 35” x 24”'
Materials: Photographic print, mounted on black cintra support, acrylic glass and aluminum backing.

Proceeds Benefit: Limited edition of 5. 50% of proceeds from the sale of this piece will be donated to Heel, A.C.

Price: $1,000 USD
(Price does not include shipping or installation costs.)

 

Blue Indian, 2015
MOUNTED PRINT

Artist: Alfredo Blasquez
Print Dimensions: 35” x 24”'
Materials: Photographic print, mounted on black cintra support, acrylic glass and aluminum backing.

About: The small coastal villages of Mahahual and Xcalak in Quintana Roo, are destinations known for their beaches and clear waters for diving, there is the Xcalak Marine Park and Biosphere Reserve Banco Chinchorro. They are a reservoir of oceanic garbage from around the world that reaches the most remote beaches dragged by ocean currents converging in the area, threatening marine life and natural resources of these fragile ecosystems. The same piece that was once valuable to a child acquires an " archaeological " value through the image.

Proceeds Benefit: Limited edition of 5. 50% of proceeds from the sale of this piece will be donated to Heel, A.C.

Price: $1,000 USD
(Price does not include shipping or installation costs.)

 

For purchasing, high resolution images or other details, please contact alfredoblasquez@gmail.com

To learn more about Alfredo Blasquez, please visit www.AlfredoBlasquez.com