Pigment print

Pigment print

 Izaac Enciso’s series ‘Symbols’ recounts the Mexican born, L.A. based artist’s meandering walks through the sun-blanched urban environments of California and Mexico. Engaging with the incidental language of contemporary street photography, his photographs balance documentary, found sculpture and the impulse of the Situationist Dérive.   - Le Roy Publishing

Izaac Enciso’s series ‘Symbols’ recounts the Mexican born, L.A. based artist’s meandering walks through the sun-blanched urban environments of California and Mexico. Engaging with the incidental language of contemporary street photography, his photographs balance documentary, found sculpture and the impulse of the Situationist Dérive. 

- Le Roy Publishing

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 Although momentary at first glance, his images oscillate between the experiences of the passerby and the active participant, hinting at interventions from the artist or the presence of unknown actors that have graced these stages. Naughts and crosses played on a dusty car, a Mickey mouse shaped cactus, household and astronomic items caught in suspension - 'Symbols' is a conversation in the fluid language of things and cities.  - Le Roy Publishing

Although momentary at first glance, his images oscillate between the experiences of the passerby and the active participant, hinting at interventions from the artist or the presence of unknown actors that have graced these stages. Naughts and crosses played on a dusty car, a Mickey mouse shaped cactus, household and astronomic items caught in suspension - 'Symbols' is a conversation in the fluid language of things and cities.

- Le Roy Publishing

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 Diamond of Shopping Carts - 2011  In 2011 I started doing deliberate anonymous sculptures everywhere I went. Eventually such practice turned into a habit which I continued to record with my phone camera hoping to start an indirect conversation with stranger passerby. In 2013 I realized I was consistent with that idea and that it could turn into a real project, which is now SYMBOLS, both the project and the book.

Diamond of Shopping Carts - 2011

In 2011 I started doing deliberate anonymous sculptures everywhere I went. Eventually such practice turned into a habit which I continued to record with my phone camera hoping to start an indirect conversation with stranger passerby. In 2013 I realized I was consistent with that idea and that it could turn into a real project, which is now SYMBOLS, both the project and the book.

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 Pigment print
 Izaac Enciso’s series ‘Symbols’ recounts the Mexican born, L.A. based artist’s meandering walks through the sun-blanched urban environments of California and Mexico. Engaging with the incidental language of contemporary street photography, his photographs balance documentary, found sculpture and the impulse of the Situationist Dérive.   - Le Roy Publishing
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 Although momentary at first glance, his images oscillate between the experiences of the passerby and the active participant, hinting at interventions from the artist or the presence of unknown actors that have graced these stages. Naughts and crosses played on a dusty car, a Mickey mouse shaped cactus, household and astronomic items caught in suspension - 'Symbols' is a conversation in the fluid language of things and cities.  - Le Roy Publishing
051.jpg
108.jpg
105.jpg
017.jpg
119.jpg
024.jpg
122.jpg
039.jpg
098.jpg
067.jpg
030.jpg
116.jpg
002.jpg
018.jpg
064.jpg
087.jpg
066.jpg
033.jpg
041.jpg
111.jpg
_MG_3790_2.jpg
049.jpg
083.jpg
047.jpg
074.jpg
020.jpg
036.jpg
_MG_3109.jpg
114.jpg
003.jpg
DSC03378_lo.jpg
010.jpg
061.jpg
IMG_1315_2-2.jpg
001.jpg
043.jpg
094.jpg
062.jpg
016.jpg
055.jpg
113.jpg
037.jpg
082.jpg
121.jpg
035.jpg
117.jpg
038.jpg
028_2.jpg
 Diamond of Shopping Carts - 2011  In 2011 I started doing deliberate anonymous sculptures everywhere I went. Eventually such practice turned into a habit which I continued to record with my phone camera hoping to start an indirect conversation with stranger passerby. In 2013 I realized I was consistent with that idea and that it could turn into a real project, which is now SYMBOLS, both the project and the book.
023.jpg
021.jpg
103.jpg
079.jpg
104.jpg
053.jpg
008.jpg
015.jpg
110.jpg
076.jpg
109.jpg
004.jpg
056.jpg
060.jpg
013.jpg
050.jpg
097.jpg
058.jpg
048.jpg
040.jpg
112.jpg
081.jpg
107.jpg
005.jpg
DSC02684_lo.jpg
068.jpg
014.jpg
085.jpg
031.jpg
046.jpg
DSC01799_lo.jpg
057.jpg
099.jpg
093.jpg
089.jpg
IMG_7060_SansHand.jpg
022.jpg
IMG_8953.jpg
065.jpg
102.jpg
092.jpg
052.jpg
IMG_9156.jpg
DSC01072.jpg
IMG_9313_3.jpg
_MG_0304.jpg
IMG_6335lo.jpg
034.jpg
2lo.jpg
_MG_2309.jpg
_MG_1125_Lo.jpg
IMG_3695.jpg
IMG_9404lo.jpg

Pigment print

Izaac Enciso’s series ‘Symbols’ recounts the Mexican born, L.A. based artist’s meandering walks through the sun-blanched urban environments of California and Mexico. Engaging with the incidental language of contemporary street photography, his photographs balance documentary, found sculpture and the impulse of the Situationist Dérive. 

- Le Roy Publishing

Although momentary at first glance, his images oscillate between the experiences of the passerby and the active participant, hinting at interventions from the artist or the presence of unknown actors that have graced these stages. Naughts and crosses played on a dusty car, a Mickey mouse shaped cactus, household and astronomic items caught in suspension - 'Symbols' is a conversation in the fluid language of things and cities.

- Le Roy Publishing

Diamond of Shopping Carts - 2011

In 2011 I started doing deliberate anonymous sculptures everywhere I went. Eventually such practice turned into a habit which I continued to record with my phone camera hoping to start an indirect conversation with stranger passerby. In 2013 I realized I was consistent with that idea and that it could turn into a real project, which is now SYMBOLS, both the project and the book.

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