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An Art Exhibit by Juan Miguel Ramirez

Ícaro was born as Juan Miguel Ramirez Escalante on the 29th of September 1960 in Cuernavaca, México. He’s an Architect with a Master in Design, a photographer since he was 11 years old. He also learns from Rene Barcenas and Antonio Berlanga, well known Mexican photographers.

His work is a dream of light. The light, like cameras, kept in mind, and the night, this light sticks out into our dream. These are dreams that become the images that Icaro preserves in his little black box. Using humble and handy not imaginable objects; He creates and recreates moments, atmospheres, and ideas; Darkness with light or Light with darkness; He has fixed with the watermelons. Moreover, He is also able to eat his models afterward.

In 1989, he became a member of the Garden of Art, a group of artists that expose their work every Saturday in San Jacinto Park in San angel area in México City, founder member of Sociedad de los artistas muertos de hambre (Died of hunger artist society). He is a member of the International Artists of Doha (IAD), Is a founder member of Latin American Artists in Qatar (2017).

To The Light

It’s about humankind walking to the light, whatever is this.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 110 x 80 cm
  • 2018

Kids

Some kids were playing with balloons or balloons playing with the kids.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 105 x 80 cm
  • 2018

Wait

Ladies Waiting for her men coming from the sea.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 135 x 105 cm
  • 2016

Carabela a Barcelona

In English is “Caravel to Barcelona” represents the maritime tradition from this city.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 125 x 100 cm
  • 2004

Science

Its is the representation of the inclined plane of the science.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 135 x 90 cm
  • 2017

Brave Sea

Represents a boats or men fighting in a brave sea.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 180 x 102 cm
  • 2017

Couple

A woman an a man when he’s planning to travel.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 130 x 10 cm
  • 2016

Chinelos

Representation of typical Spanish men in a  Carnaval time traditional dance in Mexico.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 130 x 10 cm
  • 2019

Sailor Leaving His Woman

When the sailor visits his woman and leaves her after some time.

  • Digital photography printed on canvas
  • 116 x 85 cm
  • 2004
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