STALEY-WISE GALLERY IN NEW YORK: DISCOVER THE UNIQUE COLOR SENSIBILITY, BORN FROM OLD AND CONTEMPORARY TECHNIQUES, OF TXEMA YESTE’S FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY

Edited by: Fiammetta Cesana

Golden Mask, Tenerife, 2014, Txema Yeste Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery New York

Beginning his career in photojournalism, Txema Yeste is now devoted to fashion world where he developed a distinctive colors’ study along strong influences of Spanish traditional costumes. 

Blue Aida, 2017, Txema Yeste Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

Today, his works are exhibited in New York at the Staley-Wise Gallery, providing a series of powerful and sophisticated images, entitled “Crossroads”, which enhance the growing diversity of modern fashion representations. 

Toni and Flower, 2013, Txema Yeste Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

Dye-transfer prints stick out in the show revealing the Spanish photographer’s passion for colors and the very photographic medium. Made with four separate color plates, they display these contemporary images using one of the oldest and richest methods of printing color photography. 

Sea Shells, 2016, Txema Yeste Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

Yeste’s inspiration comes from music, film, art, and the world around him. Among his fashion projects, he has photographed advertising campaigns for Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Lancôme and Yves Saint Laurent. 

Sunday Best Dress Manteos, Candelario, 2018, Txema Yeste Courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

“Crossroads”
Staley-Wise Gallery
New York
September 12th till November 2nd

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