Olga de la Iglesia

Olga de la Iglesia

Endless

     Images look like fractions
 With endless continuity
  Part of a whole that lets itself be intuited.
                           The idea of totality remains certain.

     Images look like fractions
 With endless continuity
  Part of a whole that lets itself be intuited.
                           The idea of totality remains certain.

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Woman

     Golden hair,
long hair,
  short hair
Straight and fertile
                 hair

 Hair is what raises a woman
      to the most feminine
 Hair is the first censorship when
     a woman
is
         censored.


     Golden hair,
long hair,
  short hair
Straight and fertile
                 hair

 Hair is what raises a woman
      to the most feminine
 Hair is the first censorship when
     a woman
is
         censored.


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Shape

Artifact, person, building:
     shapes show up with no previous notice
I wonder if they were here before

Artifact, person, building:
     shapes show up with no previous notice
I wonder if they were here before

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Persona

FROM THE SERIES 'SUNBATHERS IN GIJÓN'
FEATURED ON PURPLE TRAVEL (2016)

Everyone     has holes in their clothes at some point.
Everyone likes sweets.
Everyone   is Nature:
  Person and Nature are mixed up
until the lines that separate them are lost. 

 

FROM THE SERIES 'SUNBATHERS IN GIJÓN'
FEATURED ON PURPLE TRAVEL (2016)

Everyone     has holes in their clothes at some point.
Everyone likes sweets.
Everyone   is Nature:
  Person and Nature are mixed up
until the lines that separate them are lost. 

 

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Color

      A picture with no color is just a mistake. 
         They can't be separated. 
      Misplaced colors in weird places
  are the greatest of       beauty.

      A picture with no color is just a mistake. 
         They can't be separated. 
      Misplaced colors in weird places
  are the greatest of       beauty.

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Life

  A moving life.     Under constant construction.
A life on hold. Life upside down.

  Life that     hurts     if you touch it: a cactus.
We all carry our own pain in small backpacks   along the way. 

  A moving life.     Under constant construction.
A life on hold. Life upside down.

  Life that     hurts     if you touch it: a cactus.
We all carry our own pain in small backpacks   along the way. 

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Wonders

There is,
in every single
thing in life,

a question
that underlies
 the surface. 
All eyes are fiercely
asking

  something.

There is,
in every single
thing in life,

a question
that underlies
 the surface. 
All eyes are fiercely
asking

  something.

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Face

      What makes you think we are
 the only ones carrying faces?
So many misplaced faces.
          Faces are found in haunted places.

      What makes you think we are
 the only ones carrying faces?
So many misplaced faces.
          Faces are found in haunted places.

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Shelter

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Paths

 Remember to count rocks and palm trees as well.
  Cats too. 
By doing so, you will know the exact number
   of paths you can choose. 

And you won't be lost any longer.

 Remember to count rocks and palm trees as well.
  Cats too. 
By doing so, you will know the exact number
   of paths you can choose. 

And you won't be lost any longer.

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Tropics

         Although I am well aware that
               every understanding comes in due time, 

I haven't yet decided if the tropics are the meaning
   Or they are my endless end. 

         Although I am well aware that
               every understanding comes in due time, 

I haven't yet decided if the tropics are the meaning
   Or they are my endless end. 

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Olga de la Iglesia is an artist whose work explores fashion through primary colors and shapes, merging the language of fashion with a documentary approach. Her work aims to blur the lines between the set and real life, and her projects usually delve into the relationship between colors and emotion. 

 

 

Selected clients Zara, LVMH, Oysho, Mango, Nice Things, Octaevo, Paloma Wool, Monocle, Heinui, Meyba, Norte Women, Anne Thomas, Wekafore, Firmamento, About Arianne, Bobo Choses, Nude Label, Les Coyotes de Paris.

Latest features It's Nice That, Nataal, Life Framer, Lindsay, Paper Journal, iGnant, Purple Travel Magazine, Nii Journal, Agapornis, New magazine, Vein, Based Istanbul, Eldorado Experience, Amuse ID, i-D Spain, La Vanguardia, Número Berlin, Funny Tastes, Dazed, Indie Magazine.

Olga de la Iglesia is an artist whose work explores fashion through primary colors and shapes, merging the language of fashion with a documentary approach. Her work aims to blur the lines between the set and real life, and her projects usually delve into the relationship between colors and emotion. 

 

 

Selected clients Zara, LVMH, Oysho, Mango, Nice Things, Octaevo, Paloma Wool, Monocle, Heinui, Meyba, Norte Women, Anne Thomas, Wekafore, Firmamento, About Arianne, Bobo Choses, Nude Label, Les Coyotes de Paris.

Latest features It's Nice That, Nataal, Life Framer, Lindsay, Paper Journal, iGnant, Purple Travel Magazine, Nii Journal, Agapornis, New magazine, Vein, Based Istanbul, Eldorado Experience, Amuse ID, i-D Spain, La Vanguardia, Número Berlin, Funny Tastes, Dazed, Indie Magazine.