50 Fotografías con Historia, an open air-exhibition at our Cultural Center’s exterior fence, reviews the history of photography in the last 80 years in Spain.
50 fotografías con historia takes a look at the last 80 years of this discipline in Spain through its key participants: 50 images. Each of the selected photographs reflects an era, a way of understanding photography and, of course, its corresponding social and human burden.
Our visual journey will begin with the outbreak of the Civil War, when photojournalists such as Agustí Centelles and Martín Santos Yubero became the eyes and chroniclers of the conflict. In the post-war period and the years that followed, Ricard Terré, Ramón Masats or Joan Colom made a name for themselves as they began using photography in a wide variety of ways: through documentary photography, satirical portraits, photojournalism and street photography. The exhibition will then take us through a period in Spain...that marked a necessary evolution in visual language as well: the Spanish Transition.
Entrada actualizada el el 08 abr de 2021
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