Juan Orrantia

Photographer
   
Like Stains of Red Dirt
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Nationality: Colombian
Biography: Juan Orrantia makes photographic works concerned with questions of representation, perception and history. Embracing photography’s uncertainty and contingency, through color, the manipulation of archival images or the photobook form,... read on
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Like Stains of Red Dirt
Credits: juan orrantia
Date of Work: 12/31/69 - 12/31/69
Updated: 12/29/20
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Like Stains of Red Dirt
Like Stains of Red Dirt brings together a series of moments that recognize an experience of a particular place. Made after living in Johannesburg, South Africa, for more than 10 years, Juan Orrantia’s gaze points inward. Combining spontaneous,...

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