Luis Delgado: The Organic Manifesto
March 13 - April 25, 2010
Curated by Piro Patton
Hidden amongst the bounties from the farmer’s market an occasional fruit or vegetable stands out and asks to be reinterpreted beyond the stir fry, ragout or salad. These examples of anthropomorphic shapes are prepared and presented to delight the senses, engage the eye and mind, and to contribute to our well being in forms that are unexpected and familiar.
– Luis Delgado
Luis Delgado is an internationally acclaimed photographer at ease moving between sophisticated commercial work and his fine fine art photography. Delgado has a wealth of photographic experience, shooting in high-tech industry clean rooms to archaeological digs and from corporate boardrooms to schools. He has produced award-winning communications for design studios, advertising agencies, publications, corporations, and governmental and educational institutions. His work has appeared in annual reports, magazines, CD covers and labels, educational books, and electronic media. Luis is the recipient of several awards from Communication Arts and a number of design annuals.
His fine art photography addresses diverse subjects and has been exhibited across the United States, in Europe and in Latin America. His work in many public Collections: SFMOMA, San Francisco, California, Museum of Fine Art Houston, Texas, Harry Ranson Center University of Texas at Austin, Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley, Green Library Stanford University Lehigh University Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Art Museum of the Americas Washington, DC, Museet for Fotokunst Odense, Denmark, Union of Culture Deutsche Demokratik Republik, Bibliotheque National Paris, France, Consejo Mexicano de Fotografia Mexico DF , Centro de la Imagen Mexico DF, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Salta, Argentina, McFarlin Library University of Tulsa, Centro Fotografico Alvarez Bravo Oaxaca, Mexico.