Habitar el agua by Ana Amado, Andrés Patiño

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Photography and texts
Editorial coordination
Text Authors
Morón, Bea S. González Jiménez, Ana María Matute, Carlos Nárdiz Ortiz, Esther Abujeta Martín, Cristóbal Gómez Benito, Ángel Cordero, Rafael Fernández del Amo, Silvia Blanco Agüeira, Antonio Fernández Alba, Fernando de Terán, Eduardo Delgado Orusco, Miguel Centellas Soler, Sofía Moro, María Ángeles Durán, Pablo Rabasco Pozuelo, Antonio Pennacchi.
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Symbol Tatami White 150gr. Coral Book Ivory 100gr. Nettuno Blu Navy 140 gr.
24 × 32 cm, 272 pages.
Translations from Italian
Carlos Vitale.
Concept and editorial design
Felipe Trillo.
Hardcover and cloth.
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Ana Amado (Ferrol, A Coruña) is an architect, photographer and visual artist. Master's Degree in Photography from the Lens School of Visual Arts (Madrid), Master's Degree in Art, Museology and Contemporary Criticism from the USC (Santiago de Compostela), Post-Graduate in Creative Illustration from the EINA School (Barcelona), and architect from the ETSAC of architecture (University of A Coruña).

Multidisciplinary professional in the fields of architecture, photography, artistic direction in film / TV, illustration and comics, curating and exhibition design. She recently worked as an assistant to American photographer Mark Steinmetz in the USA. Currently, she combines her work as a photographer with the teaching of photography for adults and young people in schools of visual arts in Madrid.

Her personal work explores the interconnections between the various artistic manifestations, always seeking the approach of contemporary art to society. In her recent work, photography focuses on social content, where architecture is used as a framework to discuss issues such as the economic crisis or the revaluation of modern architecture in Spain.

Her work has been awarded and exhibited nationally and internationally, in Photo London 2018, the Sony World Photography Awards, PhotoEspaña2017 (Madrid), the Venice Biennale 2016 and 2018, the Royal Academy of Arts (London), Tent Gallery (Edinburgh), the International Festival Eme3 and Picasso Museum (Barcelona), or the International Prize "Obra Abierta 2016" (Plasencia), among others.



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