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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Immense Light. Fundación ENAIRE Awards

Referencing the fundamental element of photography that without which artists could not create their work, Immense Light, unities in an exhibition at the Palacete del Embarcadero in Santander 31 photographers from the ENAIRE Collection of Contemporary Art. Renowned artists to the likes of José Manuel Ballester, Maider López, Daniel Canogar,…
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Judith Prat. Pillage

Pillage is the result of an exploration of the origins and consequences of the con icts happening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Nigeria. In this exhibition, which is structured in three blocks (“wealth”, “conflicts”, and “women”), Prat o ers a perspective that leads the spectators through a…
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Hard Truths. Photographers of the The New York Times

The photographs in this exhibition are the voice of outrage; the tragedy that nobody wanted to see. They are images that capture the very instant that can summarise an entre reportage, that suspend the consciousness of viewers stunned by their own fragility. A privilege attainable by only some photographers, like…
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Marcelo Brodsky. 1968. The fire of ideas

Marcelo Brodsky questions the physical and psychological effects of the dictatorship in Argentina, when he himself had to go into exile. Particularly interested in the social movements of May 68´, has searched the globe for photographs from that period, upon which he later introduces annotations and contextualizing elements; they are…
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Chema Madoz. Ars combinatoria

His unique way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision has made Chema Madoz one of the most compelling, influential, and distinguishable creators in the contemporary art scene. His work highlights the irony that underscores objects and reveals hidden the relationships between them. Madoz is akin to the…
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Luis Carlos Tovar. Cartographies of Escape

For a month and a half, Luis Carlos Tovar gave geography classes to immigrants at the Centro Baobab in Rome. None of his students, who were from Eritrea, Sudan, Ghana, Morocco, Palestine, and Afghanistan, could point out their current location on the map. For them, Rome was a temporary, transitory…
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Manuel Franquelo

Manuel Franquelo-Giner´s reflects upon our relationship with animals, how we use technology and the way we nourish ourselves articulates and modifies our relationship with nature; an extended nature from the perspective of sociologist Bruno Latour: like a hybrid structure in which the ancient opposition between culture and nature has ceased…
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Graciela Iturbide. Photographs

Over the course of five decades, Graciela Iturbide has created an intense and profoundly singular body of work, which is key to the understanding of the evolution of photography in Latin America. This retrospective is presented in the context of the International Photography Award Alcobendas that was awarded to the…
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José Manuel Ballester. Encounters

With his work, José Manuel Ballester questions the essence of art and its possibilities. Having been a painter before a photographer, his first works favoured a realist art that used painting as the creative vehicle, while in parallel he began incorporating photography into his oeuvre. In this exhibition, and for…
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Five editions PhotoWalk

In the galleries at El Almacén, the Island Cultural Centre and headquarters to the Lanzarote Town Council Cultural Services, there will be an extraordinary exhibition reviewing works from the ve editions of PHotoWalk PHE Lanzarote that have been celebrated on the island since 2013. From each of the editions, a…
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They, We, You

This exhibition puts forward a vital exploration of the body of work that Adriana Lestido (Buenos Aires, 1955) has produced over more than 30 years. The pieces selected revolve around the subject of woman and encompasses major themes such as love and its pangs, solitude, and motherhood. Children’s Hospital; Adolescent…
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The Nature of Things

Though the object is central to Chema Madoz’s work, if we look at his career it is easy to discern the major role nature plays in it too. Chema Madoz works with nature in the same way he does with objects, seeking out associations, filiations, combinations, juxtapositions, chance meetings. Alien…
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