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Manolo Espaliú, 42º C (IV)
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Manolo Espaliú

42º C (IV), Seville, Spain, 2011
From the 42º series
Website - Espaliu.com

Manolo Espaliú was born in 1970 in Seville, Spain. His professional background is not related to photography, except for specific collaborations with media in Spanish newspapers and travel & outdoor magazines. He has been recently awarded Nuevo Talento FNAC de Fotografía 2012 (2012 FNAC New Photography Talent) for his work on the 42º series.

Posted on Monday, June 18, 2012.

 

 

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