Raúl Belinchón
(Spain)



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Garnier Opera. Paris, France 2005
Coliseo Cinema. Madrid, Spain 2004
Olimpia Theater. Valencia, Spain 2005
Chatelet Theater. Paris, France 2005
Champs Elysées Theater. Paris, France 2005
Mariinski Theater. Saint Petersbourg, Russia 2005
Opera & Ballet Theater. Saint Petersbourg, Russia 2005
Royal Opera House. London, England 2005
Escalante Theater. Valencia, Spain 2005
Maison de la Poésie. Molière Theater. Paris, France 2005
Manzoni Cinema. Milano, Italy 2005
Music House. Moscow, Russia 2005
Principal Theater, Valencia, Spain 2005
Olivier Theater, London, England 2005
Press Palace, Madrid, Spain 2005
La Cartoucherie: Epée de Bois Theater. Paris, France 2005
Empire Cinema, London, England 2005

Apollo Victoria Theater #1. London, England 2005





Apollo Victoria Theater #2. London, England 2005





Hakuju Hall 01, Tokyo 2006





National Noh Theatre, Tokyo 2006





Palau De les Arts #01, Valencia 2006





Matsumoto Arts Center, Matsumoto 2006





Palau de les Arts #02, Valencia 2006





Setagaya Public Theatre, Tokyo 2006





Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo 2006





Palau de les Arts #03, Valencia 2006







BIOGRAPHY


Raúl Belinchón was born on 29 November 1975 in Valencia (Spain), where he lives and works. He won the third place of this year’s World Press Photo Prize/Arts and Entertainment Stories.
in 2004 he also won the First Prize of the Fuji Euro Photo Awards.
In 2004 he has shown in Murcia, Madrid and Valencia. In February 2005 he will hold his first individual exhibition in Milan, at the Davide Di Maggio Gallery.



Stalls Project.

I believe that while theatres are created with the purpose of theatrical representation they also embody different stages of history. It is not important whether the theatres are old or contemporary, whether they are different shapes or styles; they are part of our history. They are alive and active and should be documented as historical monuments brought together in a global panorama.

Seats, carpets, lights, interior designs and the essence of human presence distinguish each theatre’s appearance. Theatres, without spectators, without actors or actresses, are stages within stages.

With support from several Fine Arts grants, I have carried out this project in Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona, Moscow, Milan, Saint Petersburg, Paris, London and New York.

I have photographed theatres such as the Liceo in Barcelona, the Mariinski in Saint Petersburg, the Albéniz and the María Guerrero in Madrid, the Garnier and Bastille opera in Paris, the Royal Opera House and Royal Festival Hall in London, and finally the Dal Verme, and the Manzoni (also known as the) Odeon Cinema in Milan, and Broadway theatres among others.

In the theaters mentioned, I photographed from the actor’s view (from the stage towards the seats and from the audience’s perspective (from the seats towards the stage.



Signed and Numbered by the Artist on Verso.

Size 122 x 170 cm - Edition of 3
6 000 eur - unframed (21% Tax Included)




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