“Tales of a City II” is an urban series made of individual tales from London, in 2017. Most of them are spontaneous instants. They are linked by saturated colors, details and free compositions—far from rules. The series is a continuation to a group of photos taken in 2014. This year, I went back to my favorite city and I realized I have captured the same motifs and elements that I took in the previous trip. In these tales, you find reflections, shop windows, plastic people, messages, words, abandoned objects, lines, geometry, shadows, lights, food, and people. This is London for me. The old city becomes young in my tales; this is how I look at it. There is always something unexpected going on. Here you have the proofs.
The following images are an excerpt from the photo-narrative. You can see the project, in full, here.
SEIGAR is an English philologist, a high-school teacher, and a photographer based in Tenerife, Spain. He is a fetishist for reflections, saturated colors, details and religious icons. His three most ambitious projects so far are his "Plastic People," a study on anthropology and sociology that focuses on the humanization of the mannequins he finds in the shop windows all over the world; "Response to Ceal Floyer for the Summer Exhibition," a conceptual work that understands art as a form of communication; and his "Tales of a City," an ongoing series taken in London. He has participated in several exhibitions, and his works have also been featured in international publications.