Chema Castelló. TRANSapariencia

Chema Castelló has created this exhibition like a staged installation, evoking the atmosphere of analog-era laboratories and photography studios as if caves in which metal, light, and crystals came together.   The materials, as well as the transparent and translucent supports, have been connected to the photographic process since its…
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Donna Ferrato. TriBeCa

These photographs of TriBeCa show a way of life and neighborhood touched profoundly by transition. Traumatized by the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade towers and struck hard by Hurricane Sandy, TriBeCa has persevered and triumphed despite horrific loss.   Ferrato is focused on immortalizing the memories and…
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Bernardo Aja. BetweenWalls

BetweenWalls introduces us to two frames of time with photographs of present-day families that maintain auras of the past. The images combine a contemporary aesthetic with aspects from the 19th and 20th centuries.   The relationship between the individuals and their intimate spaces reveals the weight of inheritance and the…
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Myoung Ho Lee. Tree Series

The Álvaro Alcázar Gallery presents three exhibitions in the OFF Festival.   On one hand, in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Centre of Madrid, th gallery presents the artwork of the South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee. In his series Tree, the artist proposes a simple concept with a complex…
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Paz Juristo and Anuca Aísa. You Are What You Have Read

The Álvaro Alcázar Gallery presents photography exhibitions that reveal visions and personal concepts of natural and urban spaces. It is a project in which a dialogue is created between artists who deal with apparently different topics but who have a relationship with each other.   The series You Are What…
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Juan Millás. A Grove of Trees from a Point of View

The Álvaro Alcázar Gallery presents three photography exhibitions that reveal visions and personal conceptions of natural and urban spaces. It is a project in which a dialogue is created between artists who deal with apparently different topics but who have a relationship with each other.   Juan Millás proposes in…
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PHotoESPAÑA 19′: Mária Svarbová and Jorg Karg

PHotoESPAÑA 19': Mária Svarbová and Jorg Karg is an exhibition proposal that ventures proffers to bring together works by Mária Svarbová and Jorg Karg in a dialogue where both photographers share a space of formalist antagonism and a contrasting language to define forms, lights, and color.   On one hand, the…
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Julio Jiménez Corral. Faith

Faith reviews moments in humanity that have fallen into oblivion.   The exhibition features 35 iconic images of architectural buildings depicted in an intentionally abstract manner that transport us from an ancient archeological site to the Brasilia of the architect Niemeyer.   They are the product of ideas founded on…
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Karina Skvirsky. Sacred Geometry

The project Sacred Geometry was created in Ingapirca, an archeological and tourist complex built by the Incas in Ecuador. Exactly how the Incas constructed the buildings remains a mystery and subject of debate to this day. The artist has researched and materialized this question by using the already existing archaeological…
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Jean Marie del Moral. Fields of Fields

Jean Marie del Moral (France, 1952) has been refining his exquisite eye for the past fifty years. His contact with great artists —from Miró to Barceló, and including figures such as Lichtenstein and Motherwell—, who he photographed tirelessly, has left a profound mark on him.   Fields of Fields is…
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Fernando Maselli. Infinite Artificial

The sublime is an aesthetic category described as a controlled fear that attracts the soul and is present in qualities such as immensity, infinity, abyss, solitude, and silence.   In this photographic project, Fernando Maselli appropriates some of these qualities to carry out his own exploration into the sublime. The…
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María Moldes. Ultimatum to Earth

María Moldes presents a selection of 30 photographs created in the past three years in the region of the Minor Sea. The project borrows from ideas regarding the concept of the Anthropocene, studying the impact of humans on the environment.   Tragedies and American science-fiction screenplays from the 50s serve…
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Omar Gámez. Hospital

In 2018 “The House of the Tiresias Dolls” was founded, a civil association that defends the rights of transexual prostitutes in Mexico and unites forces against the assassination of trans women. The members of this association, the majority of whom are seropositive, have been invited to have their portrait taken…
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Lou Campos. Does It Move or Not?

動くのか、動かないのか。/ Ugoku no ka, ugokanai no ka. / Does It Move or Not?   Aru: existence, presence. Iru: existence, presence. Museibutsu: inanimate object. Ikimono: animated being.   In ancient times, the Japanese used the verb Iru to refer to all things that had a finite life and would disappear. Whereas, the…
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