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#Thyssen25: A PHotographic Chronicle

The openings, the renowned visitors, the life in the exhibition galleries, the press conferences and the daily activities of the — Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

A Certain Landscape – Recent Signature Photography in Spain

The fifty-four artists included in this display provide us with a broad view of the main lines of work evident — Comunidad de Madrid - Sala Canal de Isabel II

Amazonian Tales
Rafael Milani

This exhibition was inspired by the stories included in the book Contos Amazónicos (1893) by Brazilian author Inglês de Sousa. — Casa de América

Carbon
Gil Antonio Munuera

Carbon is a fundamental element of organic compounds, the basis for life. In nature, it appears in three forms: diamond — Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa

Confluences. Trasatlántica, 10 years

This exhibition celebrates the tenth anniversary of Trasatlántica, a photography and visual arts forum established in Latin America by PHotoESPAÑA, — Casa de América

Cuba
Elliott Erwitt

Legendary Magnum photographer Elliott Erwitt first travelled to Cuba in 1964, commissioned by Newsweek to follow Che Guevara and Fidel — Real Jardín Botánico - CSIC

Entropy and Urban Space
Gabriele Basilico

Gabriele Basilico (Milan, 1944–2013) was a key figure in the revitalisation of landscape and architectural photography in the 1980s. Throughout — Museo ICO

Hop Hopping. Eduardo Arroyo Collection

Photography has always sparked the curiosity of artists, who cut them out of newspapers or magazines, buy them in street — Museo Lázaro Galdiano

Infinite Interior. 10th Edition of the Fundación ENAIRE Photography Award

The Fundación ENAIRE is a cultural institution that oversees the ENAIRE Contemporary Art Collection, a public collection with more than — Instituto Cervantes

International Photography Award Banca March

Banca March celebrates the grand finale of its 90th anniversary with the the International Photography Award Banca March, whose theme — Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando

Lalibela, Near Heaven
Cristina García Rodero

Between 2000 and 2009 Cristina García Rodero travelled several times to Ethiopia, where she was particularly struck by the city — Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa

Little Black Dress
Yolanda Domínguez

“Little Black Dress” is a fashionista term that refers to a black, short and versatile dress that every woman should — Museo del traje

Mathematics
Peter Fraser

Welsh photographer Peter Fraser (Cardif , 1953) gets his inspiration from an idea that already fascinated both Aristoteles and Pythagoras — Real Jardín Botánico - CSIC

Metaphors
Minor White

Minor White is one of the most important American photographers of the 20th century, who contributed to shape postwar photographic — Loewe

Night Guide of Museums
Fernando Maquieira

Over the past seven years Fernando Maquieira has conducted an obsessive investigation in museums all around the world to discover — Tabacalera. Promoción del Arte - La Principal

Sorolla in His Paradise

This exhibition aims to reconstruct the creative universe of Joaquín Sorolla, and the Spanish cultural and artistic scene between the — Museo Sorolla

The best photography books of the year

Over recent years, the photography book has become a fundamental tool for the diffusion of the photographer’s work. It is — Biblioteca Nacional de España

Thinking about the Future: New Photographic Narratives in Dakar

The works of the selected photographers is closely linked with the ordinary lives of Dakar's citizens, and of Senegal in — Fernán Gómez. Centro Cultural de la Villa

Vanished Spain
Carlos Saura

Known worldwide for his movies, Carlos Saura (Huesca, 1932) has combined his work as director in the film industry with — Museo Cerralbo

Watkins, the Landscape of the United States in Sorolla’s Photography Collection
Carleton Watkins

Casa de América is honoured to present the exhibition Watkins, the Landscape of the United States in Sorolla’s Photography Collection, — Casa de América

When I Count, There Are Only You… But When I Look, There Is Only a Shadow (2012-2013)
Farideh Lashai

El Prado Museum presents the video installation by Iranian artist Farideh Lashai (Rasht, 1944 – Teheran, 2013) When I Count, — Museo Nacional del Prado

With Eyes Wide Open. 100 Years of Leica Photography

The invention of the Leica camera radically changed the way in which we record reality. Its launch, in 1925, entailed — Espacio Fundación Telefónica