María Luz Bravo is a self-taught photographer who’s interest in photography came about from her background in studying architecture. While studying, she became greatly interested in the ideas of public spaces and privacy, and her interest in representing these themes led her to create some rather wonderful photographs.
The emptiness of these scenes evoke a haunting nature, and the barren portrayal of a city in decline shows the ephemerality of our urban spaces. These are themes which I’m particularly interested in, and María’s ability to capture these moments with stark exposers and delicate compositions make for some pretty special photographs.
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