From the series "Maldito Plástico". "Sisterhood" 2019

My photography in general is constantly inspired by women. Sometimes, as a conceptual scene, documenting the events that surround us as well as portraits.

In my series ‘Women underwater’ there is a sub category dedicated to the serous issue of trash polluting our oceans. And causing devastating harm to the eco system.
This represents how our aquatic friends (fish) have to live surrounded by discarded and unnatural elements. Our oceans are not trash cans. I also focus on how We, as human beings deal and try to overcome these man-made obstacles, made of discarded elements.

These photos were done with a toy cámara and 35mm film. I love the graininess, and the special ‘look’ they give to the images.

From the series "Maldito Plástico". "Surviving" 2019

My photography in general is constantly inspired by women. Sometimes, as a conceptual scene, documenting the events that surround us as well as portraits.

In my series ‘Women underwater’ there is a sub category dedicated to the serous issue of trash polluting our oceans. And causing devastating harm to the eco system.
This represents how our aquatic friends (fish) have to live surrounded by discarded and unnatural elements. Our oceans are not trash cans. I also focus on how We, as human beings deal and try to overcome these man-made obstacles, made of discarded elements.

These photos were done with a toy cámara and 35mm film. I love the graininess, and the special ‘look’ they give to the images.

From the series "Maldito Plástico", "Plastic Bag" 2019

My photography in general is constantly inspired by women. Sometimes, as a conceptual scene, documenting the events that surround us as well as portraits.

In my series ‘Women underwater’ there is a sub category dedicated to the serous issue of trash polluting our oceans. And causing devastating harm to the eco system.
This represents how our aquatic friends (fish) have to live surrounded by discarded and unnatural elements. Our oceans are not trash cans. I also focus on how We, as human beings deal and try to overcome these man-made obstacles, made of discarded elements.

These photos were done with a toy cámara and 35mm film. I love the graininess, and the special ‘look’ they give to the images.

Note: The text above was written by the Artist. No modification was made by COCA.

Claudia Cebrian

United States

http://www.claucebrian.com

I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and my journey as a photographer began when I moved to Bariloche. The art of photography caught my attention and quickly became my passion.

In 2002, I moved to the US and have lived in Miami ever since. I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with names such as Architectural Digest. My eagerness to keep improving led me to Maine Media Workshop school, where I learned from Cig Harvey.

My photos always begin with a concept and my main concern is that my images are impeccably illuminated and well exposed. At times, I try to control a photo’s variables, but other times I simply go out with my camera to explore the

world and the result can be… magical.

ABILITY OF THE ARTIST

Share this Artist