The exhibition Nuevas Historias - a new view of Spanish Contemporary Photography includes works by more than 30 Spanish artists with the aim to put the spotlight on an area of contemporary photography that is still largely unknown.
Spanish photography does not shy away from the personal expression. In the 1980s, Spain experienced large-scale political and social change. The sociocultural movement La Movida, with the film director Pedro Almodóvar as a front figure, released a wave of suppressed creativity and tested the boundaries of freedom.
Artists featured in the show:
Ignasi Aballí, Eugenio Ampudia, Juan Pablo Ballester, Rubén Ramos Balsa, Sergio Belinchón, Jordi Bernadó,| Isidro Blasco, Bleda & Rosam, Caballo & Carceller, Carmen Calvo, Daniel Canogar, Naia del Castillo, Jordi Colomer, Joan Fontcuberta, Alicia Framis, Germán Gómez, Pierre Gonnord, Dionisio González, Cristina Lucas, Chema Madoz, Anna Malagrida, Ángel Marcos, Alicia Martín, Mireya Masó, José María Mellado, Lucia Messeguer, Aitor Ortiz, Gonzalo Puch, Montserrat Soto, Javier Vallhonrat, Valentin Vallhonrat
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