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KBr de Barcelona: Garry Winogrand, a myth of photography also in color | Culture

Garry Winogrand’s photograph of a New York street (ca. 1967). The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery San Francisco After the end of the Second World War in the United States there was a boom economic and social; a few years that gave way, already in the sixties, to a period of restlessness and […]

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Lucid nightmares: the photography of Liza Ambrossio

Lucid nightmares: the photography of Liza Ambrossio

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17 National Awards claim a great center of photography | Culture

The 17 National Photography Awards alive have supported this Wednesday a manifesto in which they demand that an old claim that comes from the times of the Felipe González governments be reactivated: “a Center of Photography and Image of public ownership and management” . The petition, which is accompanied by the creation of a Platform, […]

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The ‘post mortem’ photography collection by Carlos Areces

The ‘post mortem’ photography collection by Carlos Areces

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Gerardo Vielba, a renovator of Spanish photography

Gerardo Vielba, a renovator of Spanish photography

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Portraits of the birth of photography in the Philippines | Culture

They look like three warriors. They pose with their weapons and martial gesture; surely proud to be portrayed with that invention that was presented in August 1839 in Paris. The photographer was Colonel José María Peñaranda (1806-1850), secretary to the governor of the Philippines when the archipelago was a Spanish province. He took three portraits […]

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A selection of images from the Castilla y León International Photography Festival

A selection of images from the Castilla y León International Photography Festival

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