The Photography of Luis Arturo Mora Neuville
I love art that makes you think, reflect and sometimes even admire something that is ordinary and mundane. Pastel colors, art deco architecture and lifeguard stations are some of the iconic images one will associate with Miami Beach. They are also things Miami Beach residents pass by on a daily basis and care not to observe. However, sometimes an art work will come along and will present us with the ordinary and turn it into the extraordinary. Enjoy the work or Miami photographer Luis Arturo Mora Neuville whose series “No Lifeguard on Duty” takes a unique approach in capturing one Miami icon. Using radial symmetry as his principle for design and a photo editing software, Luis Arturo Mora Neuville takes some of our city’s architectural structures and reconfigures them into imaginary sculptures.
Luis Arturo Mora Neuville (born in Venezuela in 1975) for more than 11 years Luis has dedicated his time to photography, his greatest passion. PhotoArchitecture was his debut project which allowed him to participate in exhibitions and showrooms in 2003. He was also twice selected as a finalist by the Annual International Architecture Photography Competition AIA Miami Chapter (2006 and 2008). Luis was awarded the Sleepless Night Photomarathon (Miami, Nov. 2009) and received Honorable Mention during the 6th South Beach Photomarathon in Miami Beach.