Palm & Trees: For this series, the artist explores short poems, the expansion of the palms, textures, and ease of the male figure surrounded by the sea and skies. He added that he is always sketching palm trees, as a minor, and was looking to take that into a photography format. Persisting in his admiration of the crisp lines of many of his favorite palms. Cohete frequently plays with sepia tones on his works, embracing nostalgia from old archival sources. An omen to a desert tinted vision of sculptures sun-drenched illuminated by nature.


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Palm Climb Two, 2017 - 2018 (B&W)

  • Ricky Cohete

    Palm Climb Two, 2017 - 2018 (B&W)

    From The Series Nostalgia 

    Sepia Color Archival Pigment print

    Limited Edition



  • Ricky Cohete was born in a coastal city in Ecuador, but mainly, grew up in Miami.  Florida’s light was what drew him in to explore photography. The harsh lights and shadows were easy to encounter in this warm weather. The crisp and refined effect of this type of lighting conditions became a necessity to avoid studio settings. Self-taught; while photographing the ballet dancers in the city of Miami he started dedicating more time to the male form. Working with them outside of their secure space (rehearsal studio) and bringing them outside, on the sand or water, creating a dynamic that kept birthing new compositions. Inspired by the mythology in tarot culture and astrology he has incorporated certain of those elements throughout his oeuvre.

    Lately, he has self-published a photography book that included: short poems and sketches titled “Blanco”.


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