Roger Grasas. Ha Aretz

The project Ha Aretz —an expression taken from Aramaic, the language supposedly spoken by Jesus Christ, that refers to the “Promise Land”— is a reinterpretation of biblical landscapes. Created in Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, and Syria, —the countries that today form to great extent the Holy Land— this series…
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Hou I-Ting. Weaving Identities

Taiwan is a country with post-colonial characteristics, capable of merging cultures from all over the world and generating a local sentiment in the process. It also contributes a transversal, analytical and enriching perspective to the contemporary artists that are reviewing the collective memory of our societies. To this effect, the…
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Picasso, the Eye of the Photographer

This exhibition offers an emersion into the universe of Pablo Picasso through photography. This medium, which is a polysemic form of expression by nature, produces images that include all facets of a creator that is at the same time the artist, model, witness and spectator of his work and life.…
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Paula Anta. Knots: Topologies of Memory

This exhibition presents the recent work of Paula Anta, —a project made in situ at the Centro de Arte de Alcobendas— which features a collection of vegetal clusters with a seemingly chaotic and random appearance that bare the existence of a universal order. This entanglement corresponds to the universal order,…
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Group. TQ+SOUTH. Andalusian Photographers

TQ+SOUTH is a project that consists of in three exhibitions curated by Fernando Barrionuevo, based on the photography series that the ten participating artists have created through a process of exploration in different territories, contexts, and situations. The research that they have carried out vary in subject matter as diverse…
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Group. Processed Time

Again this year, the students of the 11th edition of the Máster PHotoESPAÑA in Photography. Theories and Artistic Projects 2018-2019 have developed their projects during the course to be presented to the public. The title alludes to the exhibition space as a point of connection for different proposals that concur…
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Nicolás Muller. Domesticated Light

Hungarian by birth, Nicolás Muller settled in Spain in 1947, after a long journey marked by the Second World War that took him through France, Portugal, and Morocco. A member an amazing generation of Hungarian photographers that included Robert Capa, Cornell Capa, François Kollar, and André Kertész, Muller is associated…
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Jesús Madriñán. Time Revealed

Time Revealed presents the latest works by the artist Jesús Madriñán, two series of photographs created at nocturnal venues in Madrid and Rome frequented by the artist between 2016 and 2018.   Madriñán focuses his interest on places that are as adverse as they are familiar: nocturnal haunts where he…
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Carmen Calvo. Repose and Dizziness

Carmen Calvo recovers old photographs from family albums (chiefly from the 40's to the 70's) that she finds in street markets to later decontextualize them and give them new meanings. They are images taken from oblivion that have a second life by virtue of the artist´s intervention.   This artist…
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Solovki. Juan Manuel Castro Prieto and Rafael Trapiello

Solovki is the main island of the Solovetsky archipelago (Russia), located in the middle of the White Sea, known as such because it is frozen over for nearly half the year. Solovki was the mother Gulag, the terrible Soviet penitentiary system of forced labor camps. Active from 1924 to 1939,…
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Alberto Schommer. Contemporaries

A National Photography Award recipient and one of our most emblematic photographers, Alberto Schommer made his mark in the visual history of Spain with his portraits of social and political leaders during the late Franco regime, Transition, and Democracy.   The exhibition offers an opportunity to recall the history behind…
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Carlos Saura. Spain the 50s

Internationally celebrated for his filmography, Carlos Saura (Huesca, 1932) has balanced his work as movie director and photographer. He was young when he made his photographic debut, presenting his first exhibition at the Real Sociedad Fotográfica de Madrid in 1951.   This exhibition brings together a selection of photographs that…
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Miscelánea

The exhibition Miscellaneous presents the works of the students in the 10th edition of the Master PHotoESPAÑA in Photography. Theories and Artistic Projects 2017-2018 that were developed during the course. In this exhibition, reality and fiction, reportage and staged photography, the combination of new photographs with archival images, and the…
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