Gigantic rooms, endless corridors, cryptic sings, massive airlocks… all connected by a labyrinth of cables and pipes. His latest work “Lieux d’énergie” (energy places) goes deep into the nuclear and hydro-electrical stations because they are intimidating yet fascinating. They seem to come from another planet with a cold and calculating logic. Luca’s intetion was to make these visible in an artistic way…share news item
We could consider Miguel Trillo as an Urban Anthropologist… three decades behind a camera have made him an exceptional witness of the mythical “Movida” in Madrid….. and of course he’s also photographed the roots of rap, or the “mod”, “rockabilly” & “heavy” tribes from youth all over the world.
Born in Gibraltar in 1953, Trillo is probably one of the best portrait photographers of Spanish urban tribes from Transition to democracy and present day. His photos compose a generic vision of a society in constant transformation. After “La Movida” Trillo’s work started to become more global, integrating his works inside the documentary photography.
As he says.. “A youngster can lie with words, but not with his clothes, these ones give himself away”.share news item