Griselda Duch is a photographer who received a diploma on T&T from the University of Barcelona, in 2010.
Her interest in photography and traveling led her to expand her concerns on different works within the Arts & Culture fields. Connecting her tourism studies with her photography like a lifestyle, her work, exclusively digital, is sort of a personal diary composed of landscapes and urban sceneries.
Being a lover of aesthetics, architecture and design; minimalist patterns are constantly present in her search.
The series “Barcelona” pretend to display digitally an eclectic selection of images through a personal perspective.
Barcelona is a city that inspires me, not even for all the touristic attractions; but for different places and hideouts barely unknown.
This project tries to run away from the classical buildings and popular places that Barcelona offers, and it wants to show different viewpoints that are also easy on the eyes manifesting another view of the city.
I think Barcelona is a prolific city with immense possibilities; I always walk by this city with new eyes, with new views and with a never-ending sense of curiosity.