The Norman Reedus ‘Walking Dead’ photographic exhibition in Barcelona
Norman Reedus is one of those characters that never cease to amaze. Actor, model and now also professional photographer. The popular Daryl Nixon in the series The Walking Dead departs a few days of scene to be able to inaugurate this tuesday a photographic exhibition in Barcelona. The show can be seen in the Artevistas gallery until next April 1 and has about thirty snapshots captured during his shootings and his long trips.
The images mix different themes, and remember the book he edited in 2013 The sun is coming up … like a big bald head. Snapshots that turn the haunting into beauty. “Some are shocking, others are sweet,” said Reedus during the presentation, as along with snapshots in a Russian maximum security prison there are other fun along with other actors in the series. Reedus’ theory is that “in the turbulent is the sublime,” and this is demonstrated in his work, which has its unmistakable personal stamp.
Reedus says that his “true passions are painting, sculpture and photography”, something that would have been dedicated if the seventh art had not stood in its way. The multifaceted actor was spotted during a party in Los Angeles and, unintentionally, accepted his first role.
It is not the first time he shows the world his art beyond the big screen. His works have previously gone through several galleries in New York, Berlin and Paris. However, his collection is premiered in Catalonia makes him “special illusion”, because it brings “beautiful moments of the time I lived in Sitges.” “I remember the sea, the church bells, the cats and their cafes. It was one of the most fantastic cities I’ve ever lived in. ”