Miguel Gonzalez Balbuena is a native of the Real Sitio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial since 1984. He is a young Historian of Art and Researcher at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and the UNED respectively.
It takes as an artistic name "Balbuena", with a nod to his maternal grandfather Dionisio, in his work we can appreciate that respect and affection for the elderly.
After acquiring the knowledge of the art by the professors and knowing the figure of the photographer "Alberto Garcia Alix" through research work, feels the need to take the camera and observe the world around him.
Balbuena creates his own style through the streets of the cities to capture the precise moment with his camera and that his photographs acquire the punctum of which speaks Roland Barthes in his book "The camera Lucida".
The main interest of the photographer is to bring art closer to society.
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