Mahou

Mahou




Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando, Set Designer Cordero Atelier,
Production Enri Mur, Photo Assistants Alvaro Tomé & Luca Iani,
Food Stylist Jose Alsina, Wardrobe Stylist Gema Martin

The Green Gallery

The Green Gallery



These photographs, created for the Flower Council of Holland's publication The Green Gallery, represent the illusion of the ephemeral perfection of a flower in bloom: a fleeting moment that becomes eternal once it’s captured. They navigate between reality and fantasy, creating an imaginary perfect world made of impermanent reality.


Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando
Stylist Cyn Ferdinandus
Make-up and Hair Manous Nelemans
Model Renske at EvdAgency

    

La Gent

La Gent



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Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando,
Stylist Maaike Koorman

In abeyance

In abeyance



In abeyance captures the moment in between breaths and stillness. A series of classical modern photographs transposed onto the lineage of Renaissance aesthetic. Ephemeral subjects translate from the mundane to the iconic and become an intentional artifact that situates the viewer in a moment of placelessness.

Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando
Creative Director Addie Wagenknecht
at awah studio

Stylist Julia Muller Styling Assistant Tessa Vanessa de Haseth
Set Designer Cyn Ferdinandus Make-up and Hair Alexandra Leijs
Model Aileen at Elite Models

K.H. Würtz Ceramics

K.H. Würtz Ceramics



KH Würtz Ceramics by Aiala Hernando
KH Würtz Ceramics by Aiala Hernando

Ghost

Ghost



Ghost is a series created in collaboration by Addie Wagenknecht and Aiala Hernando, about hope and disappointment. The title is a reference to the slang term 'ghosting' which is when a person disappears without explanation after dating, sexting, or a short-term relationship, leading to confusion and disappointment about the loss of a temporary fantasy. Semi-opaque tulle and organza rest lightly on top of flowers, perhaps those gifted by a lover, in various states of decay. The images capture the progression of hope and excitement to disappointment, resulting in mourning and the realization that one must start over again.

2016, GHOST 1, Baryta PRINT, 920 x 615 mm

2016, GHOST 1, Baryta PRINT, 920 x 615 mm

2016, GHOST 2, BARYTA PRINT, 615 x 920 MM

2016, GHOST 2, BARYTA PRINT, 615 x 920 MM

2016, GHOST 3, BARYTA PRINT, 615 X 920 MM

2016, GHOST 3, BARYTA PRINT, 615 X 920 MM

La Gent

La Gent



Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando,
Stylist Maaike Koorman, Food Stylist Ajda Mehmet

Keler

Keler



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Photographer & Director Aiala Hernando, Stylist Cyn Ferdinandus,
Food Stylist Jessica Lek, Art Director Miquel Capo at Xavier Bas

Still Alive

Still Alive



Still Alive is a series created in collaboration by Addie Wagenknecht and Aiala Hernando. The series of three works examines the golden age still life genre from a contemporary perspective of the digital, investigating the implications of modern day life on traditional culture. The work is designed to tease out the importance of the still life, identify value of time, circumstance, and to encourage humorous encounters within our implied secrets of daily modern life.

2016, Still Alive Number 2, Glichée print, 60cm x 96cm

2016, Still Alive Number 2, Glichée print, 60cm x 96cm

2016, Still Alive Number 1, Glichée print, 90cm x 72cm

2016, Still Alive Number 1, Glichée print, 90cm x 72cm

2016, Still Alive Number 3, Glichée print, 90cm x 72cm

2016, Still Alive Number 3, Glichée print, 90cm x 72cm


Exhibitions

· Temporary Highs curated by Lindsay Howard, bitforms new york
· Rhizome's annual auction (Paddle8)
· MU Gallery, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Installation detail, "Liminal Laws", MU Eindhoven, 2016 Photo by Hanneke Wetzer

Installation detail, "Liminal Laws", MU Eindhoven, 2016
Photo by Hanneke Wetzer

Installation Detail, "Temporary Highs", bitforms gallery, NYC 2016

Installation Detail, "Temporary Highs", bitforms gallery, NYC 2016

United Nations

United Nations



For International Women's Day, as part of a non-profit project alongside other female artists, I created an image for the United Nations that celebrates women. I chose to represent a free woman surrounded by nothing but her strong self and the color red. This is a warm color that is associated with our physical needs and our will to survive, with power and courage. Love and joy. But it is also the color of anger and violence. Us, women, are constantly fighting a battle, and our choices are relentlessly taken away from us, undermined or undervalued. This needs to change. Our bodies, our minds, our rights, our choices. Let's stand together to fight for equality. "I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard".

Photographer and Director Aiala Hernando,
Stylist Jet van Beek, Model Noor Evers

Patrizia Pepe

Patrizia Pepe



Photographer and Director Aiala Hernando,
Stylist Julia Muller, Styling Assistant Roos Peltenburg

AP Bloem

AP Bloem



Aiala Hernando Photography
Aiala Hernando Photography

Photographer and Director Aiala Hernando,
Flower stylist Alexander Posthuma at AP Bloem

Martha Stewart Weddings

Martha Stewart Weddings



Photographer Aiala Hernando, Art Director Genevieve Panuska,
Stylist Naomi Demanana, Food Stylist Jason Schreiber

Empty

Empty



Emptiness which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities.

Photographer Aiala Hernando, Sylist Maaike Koorman, Food Stylist Ajda Mehmet

Harrods

Harrods

Aiala Hernando Photography

Photographer Aiala Hernando,  Prop Stylist Holly Isabella,
Food Stylist Seiko Hatfield, Art Director Sonja Burri