Gonzalo Lauda

As part of his search to photograph movement, light, and force, Lauda began to photograph horses.




Her romantic spirit has led him to explore landscapes, travel, and face large production projects. As in his series of Battles of Independence, where the horse also acquires great prominence.




This animal has appeared since the beginning of the History of Art.




Emblem of nobility has been portrayed in battles, has represented movement, energy, and freedom. It has been used to transport food and people.




Whether in a studio or in the open field, Gonzalo achieves the desired scene from a combination of animals, light, and movement. Contact with the horse is essential in every shot.




In the galloping group scenes, the light of the dawn, the dust, or the snow, generate unique images, bathed in different lights and with dreamlike atmospheres.