Jesús Chamizo, architect of images, in Chicago

Jesús Chamizo, architect of images, in Chicago
2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial [Chicago] USA 14.09 > 07.01.2018
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Jesús Chamizo, architect of images. Image courtesy of Jesús Chamizo
The Instituto Cervantes in Chicago will feature an exhibition on Thursday organized by l'Artban, an art consultancy company that represents contemporary visual artists, which coincides with the events of the Chicago Biennale.. L'Artban's mission is to impart knowledge about contemporary art and show the importance of visual arts in the contemporary society.
Jesús Chamizo is an established Spanish photographer best known for his architecture series. This exhibition consists of 12 photographs capturing the constructions of the Spanish architect Antonio Palacios who created the most emblematic buildings in Madrid and transformed the city into a modern capital during the early 20th Century. The eclectic style of the architect Antonio Palacios, who combined elements from the Plateresco, The Vienna Secession and the School of Chicago is what really attracts the photographer. Chamizo enhances and transforms these architectural elements into different compositions where buildings are shown in a non-conventional way, thus transforming him into an architect of images.
Opening day: Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. Free and open to the public although reservation is required. Reservations at Space is limited so book your seat as soon as possible. All tickets will be picked up at the door. Suggestion of clothing: cocktail, casual or more
Dates Fechas
September 14th - October 30th, 2017 14
de septiembre a 30 de octubre de 2017
Venue Lugar
Instituto Cervantes, 31 W.
Ohio, 60654 Chicago Illinois. USA EEUU
Data sheet Ficha técnica
Obra.- 11 fotografías. Cronología.- 201
5 Work.- 11 photographies Date.- 2015


Jesús M. Chamizo. I am passionate about architecture, and in my pictures I always try to go further. I let me be seduced by the space, I try to feel sensations, which then transmit through perspectives, angles, frames... Lines, curves, shapes and light, take us to that particular universe of architecture, through emotions.