7th Jul 2023

Embark on a captivating visual journey with Esther's unique event, where she explores the notion that despite having advanced technology at our fingertips, people are gradually losing the ability to appreciate the beauty around them. This thoughtfully curated experience is designed to guide spectators through a diverse collection of images captured during everyday walks, ranging from exotic localities to familiar surroundings. The primary goal is to inspire individuals to leverage their camera phones not just for multimedia purposes, but as tools for observation and the art of capturing light. Delve into the intricate interplay of shadows, reflections, and the transformative effects of light on various materials and times of the day. Gain a deeper understanding of how temperature and materials can alter the perception of coloUrs. Esther's stunning imagery serves as an invitation for attendees to embark on their photographic explorations, encouraging them to observe and appreciate the world around them in a new and profound way.

A polymath with a background in science, business, and CSR, deeply focused on environmental issues. Fluent in Catalan, Spanish, French, and English, and aspiring to master Hungarian, has lived in Spain, France, and England.
From a young age, her passion for photography ignited with the guidance of her father's camera. Accomplished in various artistic mediums, accolades include a national journalism prize, regional competition recognition, and contributions to a street art book for Upfest. Noteworthy solo exhibitions, including one in Budapest at MagNet Haz, showcase a lifelong commitment to visual arts. Amid the COVID era, a realization dawned on the importance of storytelling in photography. Street photography holds a particular charm, offering diversity and the thrill of capturing the unexpected amidst challenging conditions. She wants to share the joy of creating and appreciating photography,
emphasizing that one doesn’t need costly gear but should pause to admire how light transforms every moment. She also prints all her work and chooses carefully the paper (Hahnemuhle natural line) Achievements: first national Spanish journalism prize - Lobo de Or, Photography contribution to a limited edition of the street art book of Upfest. Work exhibit in Swissartexpo-Art Box Project-Zurich- Sept 2023. Successful solo exhibition in Budapest MAgNEt Haz- Dec 2023-Jan 2024. eagphotos.com

Locations: The Art Space, Cass Art Bristol

Dates: Monday 24th June - Sunday 7th July 2024

Admission: FREE

Please note, this exhibition takes place on the lower ground floor and there is no step-free access.