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Interview – Antonio Hidalgo Hidalgo

Antonio Hidalgo Hidalgo - North and South

Antonio Hidalgo Hidalgo – North and South

See Antonio’s first interview here.

Any new items in your life, projects you’re working on, moves to new locations, etc. that you’d like to tack on to the ‘about you’ in your first interview?

Now I’m working in experimental photography, monochrome, without details…, images of human beings looking for something into a hurtful white light.

Tell us a bit about your working process.

Everything it’s possible when you really look over there. I only take some photographs.

What artists/writers do you admire?

Tàpies , Miró…, and Brossa, Pessoa, John Steinbeck…

Why create?

The question is: to create to live or…, to live to create? Probably we only can contemplate what happens because we’re alone.

Do you prefer writing/creating art about ‘fascination’ more than ‘cynicism?’ Why or why not?

It’s a very good question. Maybe my latest work is only an allegory of the city where I live and the routine without any possibility of change.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

Be happy, with the people you love!

fēlan is old English for feel. What makes you feel fascination?

I feel fascination and hope when I look the face of my 12-years-old son while I’m talking to him about his diabetes cure.

Please feel free to add anything else you think is relevant.

Thank you very much for the opportunity to submit my work. And thank you for reading this!

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