Harold Vázquez Ley

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Sin Título, 2002, unique from the series Limites de salación twenty gelatin silver prints on handmade postcard rack 22 x 26” (rack) 4 x 6’’ (individual image)

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2009, 1/20 from the series Limites de salación digital print 10 x 15”

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2009, 1/20 from the series Limites de salación digital print 10 x 15”

Hermano del capitolio Americano
Hermano del capitolio Americano

2009, A/P digital print 18 x 22”

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2015, A/P from the series Coal Era Memories digital print 10 5/8 x 7 1/4”

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2015, A/P from the series Coal Era Memories digital print 10 3/4 x 6 1/4”

Artist Statement

Photography has become the principal medium of my work in recent years. The ability to document singular moments—how we share more of our life, how we construct and also subvert realities, and how we condition how we understand or interpret a certain event. All of these things have served as motivation in many of my works, in my search to reformulate notions in relation to their informative and documentary nature; to question the character and meaning of the medium of photography itself, from the moment captured to high culture and collecting—all when it is easy to produce, distribute, and consume.