The Marine Forest

The work of Andrés Gómez García focuses on the study of emotional interactions between people and places, reconsidering their subjectivity and proposing new relationships between the subject and the world.   The Marine Forest is a photography exhibition inspired by a story with the same title. It is about a…
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Rear Patio

In recent years, the proliferation of visual content on social media seems to reinforce the notion that the same images are repeated over and over, revealing the widely viewed places of in detriment and others that seem to exist only in the imagination of few. But any place and cities…
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In the Homes of Friends

Chema Madoz: In the Homes of Friends   This bookstore, founded in 1967, is one of the key cultural centers in Santander. Not only is it a part of the artistic scene, but it is also one of its founding forces. On this occasion, space will be made among bookshelves…
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Festina lente

La Caverna de la Luz (The Cave of Light) is a non-profit association since 2009 that promotes artistic photography. For PHotoESPAÑA Santander 2019, they offer a program of monthly exhibits and exhibition spaces on the street managed through Sol Cultural. Over 80 photographers to date have participated in diverse projects…
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In Memoriam

The photographs of the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin presented by Sagredo at the Fundación Bruno Alonso reveal to us our urgent need to embrace memory in order to break from the amnesia of an era blinded by the inebriated linearity that relegates the past to a simple and neutral consumer…
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Harald Hauswald. Alltag (Daily Life)

Harald Hauswald, recognised for his legendary black and white photographs of the GDR in the 80s, is one of the most prestigious photographers in Germany for his work prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall of the everyday lives in communist Germany and East Berlin. His photographs are characterised by a silent, discrete, and objective…
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Sebastián Bejarano. Talent PHE Award

Inspiration and talent. The two pillars of art. PHotoESPAÑA launch the Talent Award PHE, a recognition that aims to honor the most talented students of the Master PHotoESPAÑA programme. This year a professional jury chose Sebastián Bejarano with Case 433, a photographic-literary-scientific proposal that presents a series of strategies to…
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Peter Hujar & David Wojnarowicz

The work of Peter Hujar and David Wojnarowicz is an essential reference to understand the urban and socio-political transformation of New York City between the 60s and 90s. This exhibition shows the close personal and professional relationship shared by these two famous and enigmatic artists. The Loewe Foundation presents a selection…
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Raffaela Mariniello. The Drift of the Landscape

The exhibition, The Drift of the Landscape, proposes a survey of the Neapolitan artist and photographer Raffaela Mariniello that includes a rich nucleus of photographs presented in different formats and light boxes. The exhibition, encompassed within a debate of international character about the evolution of urban landscape, features a dynamic…
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Strategies of Re-enchantment

This exhibition brings together the perspectives of three French photographers that are currently participating in an art production residency in Madrid: Marie B. Schneider, Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques, and David De Beyter (members of the Académie de France-Casa de Velázquez). An architectural reconsideration of great European cities, a construction of new territories…
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Javier Aranburu. You Love Madrid

The photographer Javier Aranburu presents at The Westin Palace, Madrid his exhibition You Love Madrid, a very personal series of works that speaks to us of Madrid through “microstories” and other “connecting” images that situate the viewers within the city. We can thereby encounter from an image of the violinist…
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Bego Anton. The Earth is Only a Little Dust Under our Feet

MINI Hub, a creative space in Malasaña that has been conceived to promote innovation and urban trends, hosts an exhibition of Bego Antón, PHotoESPAÑA 2017 Revelation Award. In Iceland there are elves, unicorns, huldufólk, trolls, water-dwellers, mountain sprits, and ghosts. Since 2013 Bego Antón has traveled the island in search of the places where magical beings live.…
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Instants of Biodiversity. A Look at Our Nature

This exhibition manifests the importance of enjoying healthy ecosystems so that life can exist on the planet. The images emphasise the urgency of conserving our biodiversity. The Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry for Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment and PHotoESPAÑA present this exhibition to commemorate the foundation´s 20 years of activity and stress the need to take…
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Antonio Martín. Boarding the Airport

For the past 27 years, the photographer Antonio Martín, who has a learning disability, has taken pictures of the neighbours in Alameda de Osuna and some of his peers at the association Envera. This show presents a visual memory of the residents of this neighbourhood boarding the airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas. Envera has designed this audiovisual project in…
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Morgana Vargas Llosa, David Tortora y Jaime Travezán. Look at me Spain

Look at Me Spain is a project delivered for Accenture by the photographers Morgana Vargas Llosa, David Tortora, and Jaime Travezán. The exhibition offers a story about the evolution of our country in recent decades through the portrayal of its 41 protagonists: anonymous people that with great effort have modernised and improved their parent’s enterprises, adapted to the digital economy through…
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