The Ateneo de Málaga presents:
Small Encyclopedia of Sighs Book and photographic exhibition of Sandra Lara, Carlos Bolivar and Augusto Lopez
The book Pequeña Enciclopedia de Suspiros is a book that includes a total of 14 erotic stories, product of the work of the Malagueño writer Augusto López, which are integrated with the work of the photographers Sandra Lara and Carlos Bolivar, composed by a total of 105 photographic images In black and white analog and digital and that represent a good part of the photographic work of both artists. The book is presented along with an exhibition of 26 photographic works selected among all the photographs of the book, which will remain on display in the Frank Rebajes space of the Ateneo de Málaga until next June 16.
The presentation of the book and the inauguration of the exhibition will include the participation of Artistic Heritage Member, Mónica López, and the book prologue, journalist and communicator Laura Rueda. In addition, we will carry out a reading of fragments of the book by parts of the authors, as well as the presentation of their work and participation in the joint work.
Opening: Saturday, May 13 at 9:00 p.m.
In exhibition until June 16. Frank Space Rebates of the Ateneo de Málaga
Organized by: Vocalía de Patrimonio Artístico
Hours: Monday to Friday, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Small Encyclopedia of Sighs by Sandra Lara, Carlos Bolivar and Augusto López
The selection of erotic stories that make up Little encyclopedia of sighs starts from everyday elements that make up a collective imaginary full of sensuality. The eroticism of paper led to a real dimension. Fourteen stories by Augusto López divided into three very suggestive parts: Women who teach, Men who learn and Work to live, accompanied by one hundred and five photographs of Sandra Lara and Carlos Bolivar, who have been living in the total compendium of his work during the last 20 years.
Each story of Augusto López is integrated with the photographic works of Sandra Lara or Carlos Bolivar, compiled from the compendium of his photographic work developed over the last 20 years. The book is presented in an unusual format, in which the visual caresses of Sandra Lara and Carlos Bolivar are mixed with the literary panting of Augusto Lopez. A book of stories with photographs or a book of photographs with stories, fused in a universal language: desire.
Title: Small Encyclopedia of Sighs. Authors: Augusto López (writer) Sandra Lara (photographer) CarlosBolívar (photographer) Genre: Novel yfotografía Format: 26.3 x 27cm Pages: 140 Publisher: Double half Publication date: May 2017
Augusto López (Málaga, 1967), writer.
He has published Not only is gray the rain (1987), Piccolo Theater (2010), The Adventures of Dr. P. Dante (2013), Dragoncito (2013), Abeceros (2014) and Proteo and Prometea (2016). He has participated in the collective books of stories Mala Málaga (2009) and Creative creatures (2012) and in the collective anthology of poems Anthology of the kiss (2009).
As a playwright he has several new plays, highlighting Casa Paco (Rolabola Theater), with over one hundred performances throughout Spain and Europe, Xana and the beautiful water and Juana without fear (Caracol Teatro, both written in collaboration with Agustín Sierra), Waiting To Ñ (Tal Teatro, written with Rafa García) and El Romancero del trascanero (Rolabola Teatro).
He has worked as a television scriptwriter for the Channel South Tv Sinceros program and the internet series Malagamor and TuttiFrutti. In the field of videocreation, he participated with Daniel Garralón in the conception and recording of Caffeine. He has several works as creative advertising, highlighting several blood donation campaigns for the Regional Blood Transfusion Center in Malaga. He was member of the artistic cooperative Humus ProyectSca, developing in the same work of business and cultural management. Scriptwriter of comics, with works published in Sensuality, Peipervíu the daily South and the Yellow Batracio. It publishes with the artist Sandra Carmona the comic book of Renato Literato.
Another facet that has developed has been the publisher. He entered the world of literary fanzines, creating with Christian Plaja and Amaro Olid in 1997 the fanzine Malacara. He later directed the fanzine Limbo, followed by Juglar, who eventually became the magazine of creation Half-Double, which he directs since 2007 and which have already edited nineteen numbers.
Mitad Doble was distinguished at the Imagina Málaga 2010 festival with the award for the best magazine, fanzine or independent publication. Through the pages of Mitad Doble have been novel authors and consecrated authors of literature, illustration and photography.
In reference to its teaching activity, since 2002 it gives courses and workshops of creative writing; Since 2006 he also works as professor of ELE (Spanish foreign language).
Carlos Bolivar Girón (Málaga, 1975), photographer, businessman and economist.
Carlos has studied in Málaga, and has a degree in economics with a major in marketing from the University of Málaga.
As an entrepreneur, he is a founding partner with Sandra Lara of the translation and communication company Nóvalo eLinguisticServices, which has been in operation since 2004, as well as partner and collaborator of the audiovisual production company and company Objetivo 50, based in Málaga as well.
Within the field of editorial photography, his work can be found in various magazines and publications, such as Sensuality or Double Half, as well as in various digital media, since his work is mainly oriented towards creative and editorial photography. In addition, he has carried out works for various fashion brands and has been in charge of the fixed photo in different filming of documentaries, commercials and video clips. Among the acknowledgments received, the prizes Second, First and Finalist of the photography school Apertura in the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively, should be highlighted.
He has recently published the book of fotopoesíaImaginemas (Editorial Adeshoras, 2015) with the writer and poet Pablo Bonet.
Here are a few of your major personal exhibitions and projects.
Photographic exhibition Intimacy Bookstore Muga, Madrid, 2000
Photographic exhibition Nude you are Centro Civico de Málaga, 2009
Book Imaginemas (Poetry to see, Photography to read) Coauthor (65 photos) Editorial Adeshoras, Madrid, 2015
Photographic Exhibition Imaginemas Librería Lé, Madrid, April 2015 Proteo Bookstore, Malaga, May 2015 Exhibition Center Ateneo de Málaga, September 2015
Sandra Lara Arjona (Málaga, 1975), photographer, businesswoman and translator.
Sandra has studied in Málaga and Madrid, and has a degree in translation and interpretation in three languages by the University of Málaga.
As a businesswoman, she is a founding partner with Carlos Bolivar of the translation and communication company Nóvalo eLinguisticServices, which has been operating since 2004 in Málaga, as well as partner and collaborator of the audiovisual production company and company Objetivo 50, based in Málaga .
Within the field of editorial photography, his work can be found in various magazines and publications, such as Sensuality or Double Half, as well as in various digital media, since his work is mainly oriented towards creative and editorial photography. In addition, he has carried out works for various fashion brands and has been in charge of the fixed photograph in different documentary shoots (15M: Malaga awakens, Las educadoras) advertisements and video clips. In addition, she is the author and publisher of the book How to Be Frida, based on the photographic project of which she is also author.
Below are some of his most influential personal exhibitions and projects.
Nude Exhibition you are Centro Civico de Málaga, 2009
Exhibition From the windows Emerging Space Unicaja, Málaga, 2010
In Aqua Exhibition Diputación de Málaga, 2015
Project How to be Frida
The Invisible House, Málaga, March 2015 Ateneo Exhibition Center of Malaga, May 2015 Economic Society of Friends of the Country of Malaga, June 2015 Bookstore Teseo, Málaga, September 2015 La Térmica de Málaga, March 2016 Publication in Book The Tribe, Volume I (Mrs. Dalloway, June 2016)