Asada, 2016
Inkjet Print
24″ x 36″


Pool, 2016
Inkjet Print
24″ x 36″


Through, 2016
Silver Gelatin Print
8″ x 10″


Break, 2016
Silver Gelatin Print
8″ x 10″


Mop, 2016
Silver Gelatin Print
8″ x 10″


Rain, 2016
Silver Gelatin Print
8″ x 10″

Bio:
Pablo Estrada is a photographer living and working in South Central Los Angeles.The photographs and zine from the series “Eight PM to Six AM”
publish the spaces, food, and labor force in and around taquerias in South Central Los Angeles. Challenging the space between work and art Estrada’s analog photography is a visual and physical constriction of forces to approach tasks of labor, creatively and productively. Estrada is an MA candidate at California State University Northridge where he also received a BFA in photography in 2015.

Statement:
My photographs are about the environment that surrounds me. All of my projects are done in series. I work in long-term series because it allows me to explore in depth and maybe change the narrative of the project through critique or personal opinion. I create limitations in my series because it challenges me to think within the limitations that I have created or create a new projects from the rst set of limitations. All of my projects coincide within each other but they all address about different aspects of my environment.


Website: http://pabloestrada06.wixsite.com/estrada
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/06_pablo/