She died as Carlos Bosch, a photographer, an argentinian made it on the news everyday art

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This is early in the morning, he passed away at the age of 75 years old, a photographer, an artist and a social argentino

Carlos Bosch

one of the greatest exponents of the

photo

there’s ever been. It made the news that day-to-day, an art which he did not hesitate to risk his life and commit his soul to. His work is kept in the Bibliothèque National in France, the Chateau d’eau in Toulouse, in the space of the Memorial Democratic de Barcelona, in the collection of Sam Wagstaff, New York, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, argentina.


The photo in the Workshop on Photo Journalism and Documentary by Carlos Bosch
The photo in the Workshop on Photo Journalism and Documentary by Carlos Bosch Credit: Carlos Bosch

The Bosch was a student of anthropology in Argentina, when somebody put their hands on a camera As with a few indications on a piece of paper, and he has been in charge of the register for a hands-on work. After graduating with a degree in visual arts and film, but he has devoted his life to photography, which was to be a teacher.


A self-portrait of the 2 of the series,
A self-portrait of the 2 of the series, “fears”, the end of 2016. This photo by Carlos Bosch received the highest distinction in the Visual Arts in the country Credit: Carlos Bosch

He studied painting, Demetrio Urruchúa, and in 1968, Bosch suggested that it’s better than a bulletin board was a picture to depict a social injustice. I didn’t want to say in passing: “that’s cute”, but the “poor kid”, and change it to your own situation. Urruchúa drove it to the shop and the Bosch one has to always be the photographer that is committed with his or her time. “They devoted one volume of the encyclopedia of Painters in argentina. But it was one of those photographers that the most promising,” says Benjamin, Pérez Aznar, memorioso of the profession.


Bosch has been one of the last people to shoot non-proliferation prior to his death in Paris
Bosch has been one of the last people to shoot non-proliferation prior to his death in Paris Credit: Carlos Bosch

He was trained as a fotoreportero of general motors, between 1968 and 1975. He was the director of photography for the newspaper

The news

(1973), where she shared the newsroom with other writers such as Juan Gelman, Rodolfo Walsh, Paco Urondo. The picture for the Bosch, it was “just build it from memory. And, to this end, the photographer always takes a position that is political, moral, and ethical, – said in a recent interview. A strip, what do you think of the fact, and I’m very much a bitch, because more than once I just happened to have the effect of a scene. If you wanted to, you could traverse an expression of feminism, to read the best of the posters, or in Afghanistan, are attributed to him in the arm with a rifle, Kalashnikov’s is a lady.


Another self-portrait from the series
Another self-portrait from the series “The fear” of the Bosch Credit: Carlos Bosch

With the Military Dictatorship in 1976, he moved to Barcelona, where he has worked for media such as

In The Mail, The Catalan, The Exchange 16 And, In The First Plan, Strategy,

,

The country

(Barcelona), and was the co-founder of

The Newspaper of Catalunya

. He founded the first Association, the Reporters, the photo of Barcelona, and infiltrated for a period of three years from the fascists at Madrid, to make a picture story (the Cultural Center of Memory Haroldo Conti, in the year 2014, was dedicated to him an exposition of this work). Reported the first demonstration of the gay pride parade, he covered the soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and made the reports on the clandestine meetings with the basque separatist group ETA. He photographed Salvador Dali in bed in the hospital. Managed to get a photo of king Juan Carlos, doing tricks, and it was one of the last people to shoot non-proliferation before his death in Paris, france. He has lived in Luxembourg for a year on a farm, and he was the first person to receive the payment for maternity leave, when she gave birth to her second child. He has published his work in the

For The Observer, The nation and the Sunday Times.

At the end of the ‘ 90s, he moved to Madrid, where he was the vice-director of the photo agency Cover.


A portrait of Eliane, and his daughter, in 1997
A portrait of Eliane, and his daughter, in 1997 Credit: Carlos Bosch

In 2007, they returned permanently to Argentina, where he worked with the media at national and european levels), opened The Workshop Continued in the Picture, he is generous with his students, and he devoted himself to the work of authorship, powerful, and free of any limit. He was a father for the fourth time at the age of 65 years.


Your photos of Portugal, pro-franco, in Paracuellos of the Jarama, 1976
Your photos of Portugal, pro-franco, in Paracuellos of the Jarama, 1976 Credit: Carlos Bosch

In 2011, he won the First Prize in the Acquisition of the National exhibition of Visual Arts in Photography. The artist, Oscar Smoje was a great friend of mine since the days of general motors, where Smoje belongs to a layout artist. He had told her that he was going to continue by sending a self-portrait in the Hall of the National until they give him the prize, “so they don’t see you”, annoyed to have been given, by 2015, to a charge. And so it went on until 2016, when he won the Grand Prize at the Acquisition by a black and white image, where you see him naked, and wrapped in irons, and on a tomb at a funeral. The work is part of a series of the most striking of the last sentence:

The fear

. Bosch portrayed himself as a protagonist of each and every one of her deepest fears: prison, poverty, the news, the linyera, Alzheimer’s disease, STROKE, and death… “There are a lot of photographers, that whisper, that it is beautiful to see and to be in front of you. I whisper, trying to yell in order for me to communicate,” he said

Bosch in the film the Shadow of the Light

launched in the year 2018.


Torneros of Valderia, st. paul's, 1980's,
Torneros of Valderia, st. paul’s, 1980’s, Credit: Carlos Bosch

“He was a photographer who loved his profession. Bold, fun, unique, and he tried to turn to engage visually with the reality of it, but at the same time, he was trying not to get bored or to fall into common places or beaten,” says a researcher at the Cora Gamarnik, that tells you your first steps in the work on your book

In the photo, in Argentina,

the recent release by the ArtexArte. As the puts it: “I Had a mix of the look of an experienced professional, with an eye to the little boy, he was always ready for the next trick. He was an older kid that you don’t lose the capacity for play and imagination, and they used the picture for a thousand lives.”


The number of pictures in the book and small format of the ARGRA
The number of pictures in the book and small format of the ARGRA Credit: Carlos Bosch

But it was not in good health during quarantine by a coronavirus, Bosch, who had joined the collective action of solidarity with the organization is strong, and he had donated a picture of her, along with more than 100 people. He was still very much attached to his profession. The Collection is a Small Format, published by Argra, he devoted himself, in the year 2015, the publication is a tribute to an icon. “It’s the only book released in Argentina, dedicated to his work, which is a lot, and it doesn’t make him a great honour. Generously, he opened it in the store. We are very saddened by his departure,” says Diego Sandstede, was responsible for the editing of this volume. In the preface, he wrote of himself, Bosh: “Basically, it’s trying to repeat in my photos, it is the same process as that in your life, your existence.” Get to your images.


The first Acquisition Prize of the National Salon of the Visual Arts: A bullet to the police
The first Acquisition Prize of the National Salon of the Visual Arts: A bullet to the police Credit: Carlos Bosch

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