viernes, 5 de agosto de 2022

2022 Libro Transitis Per Viam Tercera Edición

 



Transitis Per Viam.

El Camino de Santiago en imágenes.



¿De qué se trata?



Es un proyecto editorial editado en forma de libro, se imprimió en Noviembre del 2019 y nuevamente en Julio 2020. No tiene fines comerciales ni de lucro, su propósito es permitir a quien recorra sus páginas conocer o recordar de forma visual, en registros fotográficos de primera calidad, todas las etapas del Camino Francés que parte de Saint Jean Pied de Port y termina un poco más allá de Santiago de Compostela, en un lugar de la costa llamado Finisterre, siguiendo la milenaria ruta que han transitado y lo siguen haciendo, millares de peregrinos procedentes de todo el mundo.

 


No es una guía turística sino un recorrido visual y anecdótico. El prólogo está escrito por un experimentado peregrino, Tomas de Híjar Ornelas, y las imágenes son obra del fotógrafo y peregrino José Martínez Verea, quien también escribe una breve introducción en cada capítulo así como los pies de foto.



¿Cómo es el libro?

  
Las dimensiones del libro son de 20.5 x 27.5 cm, con 248 páginas interiores, en opalina mate de 210 gm, con pasta dura. 



Se entremezclan 790 fotografías a color y en blanco y negro, así como cinco páginas dobles de collages con los signos jacobeos más relevantes (vieras, peregrinos, cruces, flechas y Santiagos).

 


¿CUAL ES EL FIN O EL PROPÓSITO DE ESTE LIBRO?


Es ofrecer un excelente producto gráfico el cual ya demostró ser un magnífico obsequio para clientes o amigos y por supuesto animar a la gente a realizar este recorrido, o si ya eres peregrino, volver al Camino.
 


Estoy pensando en imprimir una tercera edición pues mucha gente me lo ha estado pidiendo.









Para cualquier información, favor de comunicarse vía WhatsApp al número telefónico 331 130 62 62 o a la dirección de correo de: jose@martinezv.com



Atentamente

  
José Martínez Verea


Fotógrafo




martes, 2 de agosto de 2022

Curriculum 2022 José Martínez

 
José Martínez.  Photographer.

1962 Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico




1983 – 1985 Studied photo with the master photographers Dominique Sudre and Susana Chaurand. 
1985-1989 Freelance advertising photographer.
1989 Opens his own photo studio for advertising and fine art photo.


1992 Honorific mention in the Nikon's photo contest issue, at Tokyo, Japan.




1994-2002 Collaboration with museums, magazines and also in many art books.


1997 & 1999 Photographic specialization studies at the "Maine Photographic Workshops." 


2001-2003 More photo workshops with master photographers like: Joan Foncuberta, Julio Galindo and many others.

1999-2002 Photography teacher at the Panamericana's University.
 

 2004 Winner of a scholarship at the Vermont Studio Center. 



2006-2008 Invitation from the “ Cabañas Cultural Institute” to develop a workshop on Fine Art photo.
 

2010-2016 Creating fine art, advertising and decorative photo also giving photography workshops at my studio. 

Publications: 

J. Martinez photographs have been published in newspapers, magazines, books, calendars, annuals, and brochures. 

Magazines ( Resume selection ): 

MÉXICO: Foto Zoom, Cuarto Obscuro, Casas y Gentes, Centauro, Mexico Desconocido, Artes de Mexico, Escala, Arquitectura & Diseño Internacional, GDL Desing.

U.S.A: American Photography, Mountain Bike Action COSTA RICA: Sociedad Protectora de los Animales. JAPAN: The Nikon P.C.I Brochure.

Art and industrial books : 

“The singing land ” 1993, "More and better water" 1994 “Rainbow of dreams” 1995, “Drinking from a generous land” 1996, “Heritage for the human kind in Mexico" 1997, “Coca Cola's plant at Tecoman” 1998, ” Natura Mexicana”, 2000, “The book of times” 2001, Jalisco en la mira de sus fótografos 2015 



Exhibitions ( Resume selection ): 

1983-2000 Between fifteen to twenty exhibitions (collectives and individuals.)

2000 Individual exhibition at the "City Museum" of Guadalajara called "The subconscious world”. 

2000 Individual one at the "Latin American Institute" of Berlin called "The art of the faith and death
in Mexico".

2001 / 2003 Three different collective exhibitions at the "Museum of the Journalist" Guadalajara,
Mexico.

2003 Individual exhibition at the "Cabañas Art Institute" of Guadalajara called "A walk by Hippocrates’ kitchen".



2004 Individual one at the "VSC" Johnson"s Vermont.

2005 Individual exhibition at the “Photography is art gallery” at Fredericksburg, Texas.


2005 Collective exhibition at the gallery “Wilfredo Lam” at la Habana, Cuba. 
2006 Exhibition at the “Photography 414 gallery at Fredericksburg, Texas. 
2005 Collective exhibition at the “Escorza’s House” in Guadalajara. 
2005-2007 Participation at the Aella photo festival in Paris France.
  2008 Second participation at the Fotofest, portfolio review.

2009 Individual exhibition at the MAZ (Museum of the arts of Zapopan) called “My house has
wings...”.

2009 Individual exhibition at the Las Pozas, Xilitla , inaugurated by Doña Margarita Zavala, FLOMEX. 

2011 Collective exhibition at Tonala, Jalisco.

2012 Collective exhibition at the Municipal Archive of Zapopan.


2013 Collective exhibition “The Story of the Creative.” New York USA.


2014 Collective exhibition at Times Square. New York USA.


2014 Collective exhibition “Tapalpa after 30 years” Culture House at Tapalpa, Jalisco, México. 


2015 Individual exhibition at the Guadalajara ́s Country Club. “Transitis per viam.”

2015 Selected by See/Me to present a picture in the Louvre Museum in Paris France.




2015 Selected to present work at the inauguration of the Jalisco ́s Photographic Library.


2016 Honrific mention at Tokyo Japan by the TIFA (Tokyo International Foto Awards)


2017  Mix photo exhibition, with the photographer Gaal Cohen. Called "Paralel worlds."

2018 Mix photo exhibition, at  the Belen´s cemetery, Guadalajara, Jalisco.

                             


2019 Participation at FIARTE. Latinoamérica second edition.

2019 Publication and presentation of a book about my journey as a photographer into the Camino de Santiago titled "Transitis Per Viam".


2020 Second publication of the book "Transitis Per Viam".

2021 Colective exhibition at the Museé Art of San Antonio Tlacayapan, Jalisco. 
 
2022  Collective exhibition a the gallery Parque 45, Guadalajara, Jalisco.  
 
2022 Publication and presentation at Casa Iteso Clavigero, of a book of portraits, entitled "Face to camera." A project that took 10 years to complete.
 
Links: 

http://www.artphotoindex.com/api/#photographer/Jos%C3%A9-Mart%C3%ADnez/19168 

http://josemartinezvereafotografo.blogspot.mx/ 








Curriculum 2022 José Martínez Verea