NHTV University of Applied Sciencies
Abstract Art - Fine Art Photography
Fine Art Photographer David Perea was born in Arequipa, Peru. Having lived in and traveled throughout many countries, David considers himself a citizen of the world. He is now a California based internationally awarded artist and poet and his artwork has evolved into visionary dimensions that challenge impressions and perceptions of ourselves and of our planet. His passion for travel and curiosity for culture has allowed him to explore our planet through artistic and poetic dimensions.
David has published several multilingual books and ebooks of mixed media, art photography and poetry. David has experimented with several mediums, such as poetry, mixed media, and collage, but art photography tend to be his most preferred medium. Being a self-taught and self-represented artist gives him the freedom to express himself for the pleasure of expression. His artwork aspires to invigorate and exalt creativity as a vehicle to connect to the universe while looking within ourselves. His passion for travel and curiosity for culture has allowed him to explores the concept of surrealism through urban reflections. That exploration can be seen in “Maidens of the World” his latest project that wants to tap the creative powers of awareness and imagination by uniting illusion with reality.
For several years David has contributed to promote, design and market art and cultural exhibitions around the San Francisco Bay Area. For several years he was the Marketing and Creativity Director for Global America, a San Francisco Bay Area platform responsible to organize, plan and create events of artistic and cultural nature that foster creativity, self expression and arts through education. David Perea is also the founder of the international online artist platform called Artists Against Racism.
His work has been included in the Photography Fashion Collection at the Fifth Annual Exposure Award presented at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. David has been covered in many press stories and has been featured on Big Screen Plaza NY from Kimpton Hotels NY, Artslant, ArtPeople, Where Magazine SF, The Huffington Post, Legally Vogue, NY Arts Magazine, YouPic, La Pena Cultural Center and more.
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