Book Project:

The Bull, the last Gladiator .

JURY TOP 5 SELECTION  (Book-Documentary)  TIFA  2020. Japan.

Bronze Winner  (Book-Documentary) TIFA  2020. Japan.

Honorable Mention   (Book - Documentary)  MIFA 2020.  Russia.
Honorable Mention   (Book, Self Published) IPA 2020.  USA

Honorable Mention  (Book-Documentary)  BIFA 2020.  Anointing.

 

The photographs in this book have been presented as a body of essay entitled El laberinto de Minos or ¿Lidia de Toros, Cultural Tradition?  and has obtained:
Honorable Mention  (Portfolio-Personal)  TIFA , 2020. Japan.
Honorable Mention   (Editorial-Photo Essay)  BIFA 2020. Anointing.
  Honorable Mention   (Editorial / Press, Photo Essay / Feacture Story) IPA 2020. USA
Honorable Mention   (Event, Traditions and Cultures) IPA 2020.  USA

SILVER  (Editorial - Photo Essay)   MIFA 2020. Russia.

Honorable Mention  (Portfolio - Personal)  MIFA 2020.  Russia.

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Size: 8.5 x 8.5  inches.  48 pages.  24 Photographs.  

 

¨The Bull, the last Gladiator¨ is a photographic cycle under the ephemeral idea of the existence and the banality of the consciousness of being, interpreting its reality as a sign of the reason for its existence.

The main objective of this book is to convey the anguish and the strong impact that I experienced while taking the photographs. One of the most widespread human abuses towards animals in history under the cloak of cultural traditions and that in this new century, should not be fair to our conscience.

¨The Bull, the last Gladiator¨ is a photographic cycle under the ephemeral idea of existence and the banality of the consciousness of being, interpreting its reality as a sign of the reason for its existence.

This Series has a main objective, to convey the anguish and the strong impact that I experienced during taking the photographs. One of the abuses of man towards the most widespread animals in history under the cloak of cultural traditions and that, in this new century should not be fair to our conscience.

jose ney