Ellas VI: Bego Antón with Rosa Bonheur
Chamois Lying Down, c.1890–1899
Antón takes us to the crystalline eye of Bonheur’s ibex, towards that eye that makes an animal’s gaze human, and in it she finds the reason for talking to us about how references work for her and her personal relationship with the animal world.
Digital project. Museum's webpage and Youtube channel
- Film and video
- Digital & Multimedia
Coordination and direction of the project: M. Victoria Antoñanzas and César Ochoa. Department of Education and Cultural Action. Bilbao Fine Arts Museum
Artistic direction and editing: Tamara García Iglesias
Technical and colour editing: Maialen Sarasua Oliden and Olaia Nogales
Camera: Alain García
Live sound: Iñigo Azkue
Subtitles and transcriptions: Paula Gómez and Júlia Gaitano Mendizabal
Artist: Bego Antón
Length: 11' 03''
Bego Antón (Bilbao, 1983)
She studied journalism at the University of the Basque Country and specialised in documentary photography in Barcelona, the city where she lives. In 2014, she was chosen for the World Press Photo’s Joop Swart Masterclass. Her photographic work primarily reflects our behaviour and relationship with nature. It has been published in the NYT’s Lens Blog, National Geographic, Le Monde, CNN Photos and The British Journal of Photography, among others. Her works have been exhibited in Spain, New York, Washington, Switzerland and Germany.