Today we can, with great joy, announce the availability of the first book jointly published by photographers Alfonso de Castro and Joan Linux .
This is a project where photographs of Punta Peñasco (Guaymas, Mexico) and others of Pedrola (Zaragoza, Spain) are accidentally created, creating a unique, dark, dreamlike dialogue.
Thus we define it:
Incoherences is an attempt to put in common the desires and pleasures of the day: the good table, the good wine, interesting conversations and, of course, a certain way of taking photographs. Walks, trips, the weather, solitude and the crowd crowd together, generating experiences that modulate the way we look. It is a work that is expressly black, dark, but not sad and although it costs to glimpse happiness in the twisted variations of this black and white without concessions, in the effort, in the course of its reading, there is a certain promise of satisfaction By way of atonement, maybe?
You can get your copy (in physical format, PDF or eBook) at Blurb