Published by La Fábrica/Comunidad de Madrid. Text by Borja Casani, Lourdes Cirlot.
Chema Madoz (born 1958) is Spain's most renowned photographer; his surrealistic, black-and-white images of objects centered in an otherwise empty frame have become widely admired. Chema Madoz: 2008-2014 compiles his most recent work.
Published by La Fábrica. Text by Duane Michals, Oliva María Rubio, Estrella de Diego, Christian Caujolle.
Reproducing more than 300 photographs, this volume constitutes the first comprehensive overview of the career of Spanish photographer Chema Madoz (born 1958). His black-and-white still lifes of (often) single objects conjure the Surrealism of Man Ray.
Published by La Fábrica. Foreword by Fernando Castro Flórez.
This new volume in the PHotoBolsillo series features the work of Spanish photographer Chema Madoz (born 1958), best known for precise and luminous surreal still lifes in black and white. With wry humor, he creates visual jokes and puns: a spoon casts the shadow of a fork or a burnt match becomes a thermometer bulb.