(Mexico, b. 1971)
Mexican Photojournalist Abraham Torres is constantly fascinated with creating a quantum canvas, where intentions are materialized, emerging from possible tendencies that bring an image from one’s subconscious mind to transform an aesthetic object into visual thought.
Torres holds a BA in Political Theory from UCLA. He debuted his never-before-seen photographs in National Geographic's Documentary "LA92," featured film which made the 2017 Oscar's top 15 in the category of Documentary Features. His work was also recently a part of the Community Coalition's exhibition on the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.
He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. | Site