Today’s featured on Cultartes is Ani Buero, an Argentinian photographer and a public accountant. I have followed her photographs for just about a week, but it’s that ironic, powerful and fresh style that made me keep on doing that. As she states: “Analogue is the new black“, the magic begins once she starts clicking. Let me tell how this goes, light interacts with the chemicals in the film and an image is recorded. Ani owns a Zeiss Ikon Contaflex (which was a gift from her father), Canon Av1 and Canon A1 and she mostly uses a 35mm film. Not many to talk about her, really. After all, her photographs do. Her images seem to have a common thread, tell us a story about a magical world of pastel colors and mysterious faces.
I choose colour film, because I am a fan of colours.
All images: (c) Ani Buero
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