mikel eskauriaza

Bilbao, 1969. He studied Fine Arts at the University of the Basque Country, EHU/UPV (1987-1992), and photography at the International Center of Photography, ICP in New York (2000-2002). Since the 1990s the medium he uses is photography and the genre he works with are landscapes. He uses photography as a tool to observe, document and interpret phenomena and processes that occur in the region and their physical, political, economic and symbolic consequences. His latest projects include A Methodology for the Critical Analysis of Land (ongoing since 2000), BAPORAK. La flota atunera vasca en el océano Índico (The Basque tuna fishing fleet in the Indian Ocean) (2013-2017), Deusto Block #26 (2010).