By
Cecilia Díaz Betz

Trevista, a new paper magazine run by three young Fine Arts graduates in love with photography, has dailyness as a protagonist and all the events that enrich it and develope it. With trestristestrenzas as their pen name, they launch artistic projects with the aim to reach a wide audience.

 Trevista is a new paper magazine run by three young Fine Arts graduates in love with photography

In September this year they presented the first issue of Trevista, aptly called Despertar (Awakening). This first issue is inspired by the intimacy of the act of waking up, a delicate way to talk about their own project, which finally materializes after months living in their heads. The name of the magazine is not casual. It refers perceptively to its internal organization. Trevista is structured through three ‘acts’ – photographic, artistic and / or plastic and literary. Three different artists are invited to represent the daily action chosen for each issue. The result is a multidisciplinary triptych that yields a wider, although very personal, vision of dailyness.

Complementing these three parts we find two appendices with additional information on the main topic. In the first one people from different tells anecdotes about the topic in question and the other is a collection of curiosities. The artists featured in their debit are illustrator Gala Pont, poet Zeneida Heras and photographer Lydia Metral.