Eliana Tomaz

Serralves Museum. Porto.

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So far I've published only work I've designed and managed. But I find very tempting to post work from other creative people that I truly admire.
So, I’ve decided to add a new label on my blog. Well, actually 3 new labels: architecture, art and photography.
The first because it is part of my life, although I've never wanted to be an architect. I find myself a pure designer.
Photography because I love to spend time with my camera, looking at people and spaces, whether in or outside, waiting for that “perfect” moment which will never be seen again. Photography is very personal to me.
Art because contemporary installations, especially spatial interventions, influence my design.
To celebrate this moment, I publish some of my photographs about architectural details by Álvaro Siza whom I respect very much (yes, he’s Portuguese and yes, I’m extremely patriotic), Richard Serra’s installation and the most beautiful photo I've ever shot, which I call “that boy”.
And all at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art in Porto. A beautiful space to go and stay for a day.
Hope you like it.

Álvaro Siza Architecture.

Álvaro Siza Architecture.

Álvaro Siza Architecture.

Richard Serra Sculpture.

"That Boy" by Eliana Tomas.
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