Xan Padrón

2020 New Work: Time Lapse

Time Lapse: Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Time Lapse: Flatiron District
Time Lapse: Snow Day, Midtown, NYC
Time Lapse: Theater District, NYC
Time Lapse: Chinatown, NYC
We The People
Time Lapse: 13th Street, West Village, NYC
Time Lapse: 34th Street, Astoria, NY
Time Lapse: SoHo Greene Street, NYC
Time Lapse: Broadway and Washington Place, NYC

Time Lapse

Hendy’s Beach, Santa Barbara
Time Lapse: Wynyard, Sydney
Time Lapse: Wangfujing Street, Beijing
Time Lapse: West Village, NYC
Time Lapse: Boylston Street, Boston
Time Lapse: Biblioteca, Catalunya, Barcelona
Time Lapse: South Bank, Brisbane, Australia
Keep Moving, NYC
Time Lapse: Via San Felice, Bologna
Time Lapse: Ioannus Papaprrigopoulou Street, Athens

Xan Pedrón is a Galician photographer, musician and composer.
The son of an old-school journalist, Xan Padrón grew up used to be the silent observer who sees things quietly and finds stories everywhere. As a former professional touring musician, traveling the world with his bass and his camera he was able to pursue his career as a photographer focused on the people around him.
Xan Padrón’s fascination with time and movement, coupled with an uncanny ability to disappear behind the lens, unnoticed by his subjects, brought him to the realization of how much life happens even at the most seemingly insignificant location of a city.
His work has been exhibited in Spain, Canada, Israel, the US and, in January- February 2019, in a solo exhibition at the United Nations Headquarters. His portraits of artists have been published worldwide in newspapers, magazines, concert programs, posters and album covers. Xan Padrón is a resident of New York City where he lives and works with his wife: musician, composer, writer and educator Cristina Pato.