Baz, Carlos

I was born in Mexico City. I study photohgraphy in New York City.

During several years it travels by diverse places, knowing different people, problems and aspects of the daily life. Often it tries to make an effort me to capture with my chamber the dark side of human life but to photograph people living in conditions of poverty is very emotional for me.

For that reason rarely I direct my chamber to tragedies, treatment to use my talent to emphasize the human beauty as well as its environs in its different forms.

Carlos’s work has appeared in a number of galleries including:

The Agora Gallery ( NYC )
Washington Square East Gallery ( NYC )
The Gallery Space at Grace Church ( Jersey City, NJ )
Bayonne Public Library Gallery ( Bayonne, NJ )
Exabit Group Gallery ( Mexico City )
Hoboken City Hall Gallery ( Hoboken, NJ )
Gallery M ( Harlem, NY )
Museum of Modern Art ( NYC )
City Hall Rotunda Gallery ( Jersey City, NJ )
La Mama La Gallery ( NYC )
The Ice House Gallery ( Dallas, TX )
500X Gallery (Dallas, TX )
The Community Arts Center ( Fort Worth, TX )
Central Library Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Museum of Science and History ( Fort Worth, TX )
Rose Marine Theater Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Denton Art Center ( Denton, TX )
Old Modern Art Modern (Fort Worth, TX )
FireHouse Gallery (Fort Worth, TX )
Warehouse Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Stock Yard Studio Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Panther City Coffee Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Artistic Solutions Ink Gallery ( Fort Worth, TX )
Visual Image Gallery ( Farmers Branchs, TX )
F6 Gallery ( Arlington, TX )
Arlington Museum (Arlington, TX )

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