Antoni Campañà: The photographer who portrayed the Civil War and hid the images so that they would not see the light | Culture

'Militiawoman in a barricade on Hospital Street, July 1936', by Antoni Campañà.
‘Militiawoman in a barricade on Hospital Street, July 1936’, by Antoni Campañà.Antoni Campañà / Campañà Archive

The great images of Agustí Centelles and Robert Capa on the Civil War have been joined, for just three years, by a third ‘C’: that of Antoni Campañà (Arbúcies, 1906-Sant Cugat del Vallès, 1989), author of thousands of photographs of the conflict. Far from the epic of those, Campañà’s images focus on life in the rear and represent a new …

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