Coney Island II
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About this artwork
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Salvador Cueva (Ensenada B.C. 1986) He studied Communication Sciences at the Autonomous University of Baja California and had the opportunity to carry out two student motilities, the first at San Jorge University in Zaragoza, Spain and the second at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León in Monterrey. From 2015 to 2017 he studied a Master's Degree in Photographic Design from the Universidad Iberoamericana in the city of León, Guanajuato.
In January 2013 he moved to Monterrey, N.L., where he worked as a photographer in a well-known advertising agency collaborating in projects at a national level and in Latin America.
His work has been recognised digitally in different pages and portals on the Internet thanks to her video projects: Horas de Baja California and photography projects likes: Lines of New York, Coney Island and C for Cuba C for Color.
His personal photographic work talks about the notions of memory, time and nostalgia. In his recent work (Tomorrow we see what happens) of a documentary nature, he tackles the format of the map where memories and family space converge.
He participated in the 4th creative internship of the Gimnasio de Arte Chiapas (July 2016) and studied the module of contemporary photography taught by the collective Luz Viajera in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco.
He has exhibited collectively in Lúbrika eroticism in art (July 2016) and was also at the Urbana Frontera Gallery (November - December 2015) and individually at the Sala Juarez Art Gallery in Guadalajara. (January 2017) He currently resides in the city of Vancouver, Canada.