Bleiquel Colina

Born in the Venezuelan Andes and raised south of Lake Maracaibo, Bleiquel Ramon Colina Barriga began in his teens, the search for that office that would let him make a living with passion…
In order to do so, he moved to Maracaibo when he was only 16 years old, to study at the University Institute of Technology, where he graduated from Senior Technician in Geology in 2010. Already with the title in hand and determined to continue his quest, he launched himself into the conquest of the capital. He moved to Caracas in 2011 and began his professional experience in a number of very different jobs, ranging from Mode, Actor, Migration Agent at the Simon Bolivar International Airport, where he had an unparalleled opportunity to interview personalities from the world of business, arts and politics, through Intelligence Agent, attached to the Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, where he resigned in 2014 over ideological differences.
His passion for photography was born during his university years, while conducting field studies, he recorded photographically formations for subsequent laboratory analysis. He began his photographic studies at the beginning of 2015, at the Photo Art School in Caracas, where he did Digital Photography I, II and III, Illumination I, Flash Gun, Lighting II, Composition, besides the workshop “HeadShot” with José Miguel Stelluti, a pupil of Peter Hurley, and an Ilumination Workshop with photographer Rubén Dario. Recently Bleiquel added to his resume Basic and Advanced Photoshop Workshops from “Arts, Institute of Graphic Computing” in Caracas.
He exhibited alongside photographers Yuri Lizcano, Mauricio Villa Hermosa y Tita Beaufrand, in the exhibition titled “CARACAS, Valerie Brathwaite’s Photographic Selections” (Mobel Shop, Caracas, Nov. 2015), where Bleiquel showed his vision of “The Garden of th Gods,” based on unpublished images of “Paseo Los Próceres of Caracas.” Afterwards he exhibited versions of the same Serie at G7 Gallery, as well as The JW Marriott hotel in Caracas. Last August, Bleiquel participated in Lima Photo 2016, sponsored by Okyo Gallery from Venezuela, where he was selected by AAL Magazine (“Arte Al Limite”) to show his work within the Magazine´s first edition 2017.
Bleiquel continues in its desire to create with his lens and produce new images where he can stamp the passion and honesty with which he faces his own life, exploring various issues that have been captured in series such as Sexual Diversity, London’s Profile, Eva, The Red and BlueSky… Currently, he is in love with the Urban and Landscape Photography

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