Marco antonio cruz biografia

Marco antonio cruz biografia

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Marco Antonio Cruz López (Puebla, 1957-Coyoacán, April 2, 2021) was a Mexican photographer, specialized in documentary photography and photojournalism. He was founder of the newspaper La Jornada and director of the photography department at Proceso magazine. He was a member of the National System of Art Creators (FONCA) between 1999 and 2012.

Marco Antonio Cruz was born in Puebla in 1957. He moved to Mexico City in the 1970s with 50 pesos in his pocket.[1] He began his artistic training as a painter. He later continued his career as a photographer with Héctor García Cobo,[2] who, upon learning about his work, invited him to work with him.[1] In addition to working with Héctor García Cobo,[2] he also worked with Héctor García Cobo as a photographer.

In addition to working with Héctor García, Cruz worked for the Communist Party press, where he acquired a social vision of the country. His photographic training was done in practice, and with the inspiration of other photographers, such as Mariana Yampolsky, Eugene Smith and Nacho López.[1] He also worked as a photographer for the Communist Party press, where he acquired a social vision of the country.

From 2006 to 2012 he was the director of the photographic agency Procesofoto, and until his death he was the coordinator of the photography department at Proceso magazine.[4] In 2013, he presented a digital application called La ciudad de México.[2] In 2013, he presented a digital application called La ciudad de México.[2] He was the director of the photographic agency Procesofoto.

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Marco Antonio Cruz López (Puebla, 1957-Coyoacán, April 2, 2021) was a Mexican photographer, specialized in documentary photography and photojournalism. He was founder of the newspaper La Jornada and director of the photography department at Proceso magazine. He was a member of the National System of Art Creators (FONCA) between 1999 and 2012.

Marco Antonio Cruz was born in Puebla in 1957. He moved to Mexico City in the 1970s with 50 pesos in his pocket.[1] He began his artistic training as a painter. Later he continued his career as a photographer with Héctor García Cobo,[2] who, upon learning about his work, invited him to work with him.[1] In addition to working with Héctor García Cobo,[2] he also worked with Héctor García Cobo as a photographer.

In addition to working with Héctor García, Cruz worked for the Communist Party press, where he acquired a social vision of the country. His photographic training was done in practice, and with the inspiration of other photographers, such as Mariana Yampolsky, Eugene Smith and Nacho López.[1] He also worked as a photographer for the Communist Party press, where he acquired a social vision of the country.

From 2006 to 2012 he was director of the photographic agency Procesofoto, and until his death he was the coordinator of the photography department at Proceso magazine.[4] In 2013, he presented a digital application called La ciudad de México.[2] In 2013, he presented a digital application called La ciudad de México.[2] He was the director of the photography agency Procesofoto.

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David Antonio Cruz es un artista multidisciplinar y profesor de la práctica de la pintura y el dibujo en la Escuela del Museo de Bellas Artes de la Universidad de Tufts. Cruz se licenció en pintura en el Pratt Institute y obtuvo un máster en la Universidad de Yale.

Cruz explora la intersección entre la homosexualidad y la raza a través de la pintura, la escultura y la performance. Centrándose en las comunidades queer, trans y genderfluid de color, Cruz examina la violencia perpetrada contra sus miembros, transmitiendo sus temas como individuos específicos y como significantes monumentales de grandes y urgentes preocupaciones sistémicas.

Utilizando un vasto conjunto de imágenes extraídas de Internet, incluidas las cuentas personales de las redes sociales de sus sujetos, Cruz saca a estas personas de las sombras y las saca a la luz. Inserta las imágenes de estos individuos en composiciones exuberantes y sensuales, inspiradas directamente en la estética aspiracional del lujo y la moda, creando una disonancia que eleva críticamente a sus sujetos negros y morenos, al tiempo que subraya la extrema injusticia de su situación.

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