Marcos López abandoned his engineering studies at the Universidad Tecnológica Regional de Santa Fe in 1982 to dedicate himself fully to photography, an art which he had practiced since the age of twenty. That same year he received an “improvement” grant from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes and moved to Buenos Aires, where he came into contact with artists from other disciplines and participated in various collective projects. On a grant from the Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión he lived for a year and a half in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba, making documentaries (1989–1990). He published his first book of black-and-white photographs (Retratos) in 1993 and then began to use color, becoming known for his Pop latino series.
11 original signed photographs (Dye Destruction prints)
Case made of cardboard
56,8 x 47,3 x 3 cm
Limited edition of 10 copies + 5 H.C