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'I'm interested in special snapshots that capture ' heavenly moments' and archetypal images. For me, the sky particularly stands for transcendence as a primordial metaphor for the latent desire of photography to capture the transience of the moment and thus transcend," says Andrés Galeano.
The artist book "Unknown Photographers" by Andrés Galeano is post-photographic research and an homage to anonymous and analogue photography based on a photo collection of analogue amateur and family photos which Galeano has collected from flea markets and household clearances for many years and now includes more than 15,000 images by unknown photographers.
"Unknown Photographers" deals with the collective memory, recycles iconographic content, examines visual associations, compiles a universal photo album, questions authorship, shows the artist as a collector, finds the poetic in the trivial, reflects on analogue photography in the digital age, and not lastly, honors amateur...