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Carlota Guerrero

Solange’s art direction has been so rich lately, no? It introduced me, and the rest of the world I guess, to Carlota Guerrero, a photographer and art director from Barcelona. Her work is amazing and filled to the brim with art references. Above is one of her latest projects, a Bon Magazine story with another brilliant Barcelona mind, Alejandra Smits. I had to dig into the archives to discover more of Carlota’s work.

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A reinterpretation of Matisse’s La Danse, watch it in video here.

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Work for Metal Magazine, watch it here.

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Dance ritual for Uber den Wolken, watch it here.

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Art direction for Solange’s Don’t touch my hair. Watch it here.

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Art direction for Solange’s Cranes in the sky. Watch it here and more of Carlota’s A seat at the table imagery here.

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Rreinterpretation of Parangolés by Hélio Oiticica (watch it here) with Solange.

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Carlota did the imagery and art direction for Solange’s 112-page conceptual digital book, celebrating blackness and creativity.

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Interactive titled Seventy States 2017 for Tate. Amazing, please watch it here.

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Back cover of Solange’s A seat at the table.

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If you haven’t seen An ode to, Solange’s performance piece at the Guggenheim in New York, please do.

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Probably inspired by the late Trisha Brown (watch for example Figure 8 here).

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Solange asked the audience to wear white, perhaps not only a way of visually coordinating the piece.