New director Miguel Faus is in the midst of producing 'Calladita' [Quiet], a film that, paradoxically, is giving people plenty to talk about. The reason: it’s the first in the world funded by NFTs to start filming.
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The lights and shadows of being human. Those are the elements that Isabel Muñoz, Spanish National Photography Award, has been capturing with her camera to delve into our true essence.
His particular way of perceiving space has turned Juan Baraja into one of the leading photographers of contemporary architecture. Within the framework of PHotoESPAÑA, he presents 'Against All That Glitters: Effects of Time'.
We chat with the photographer María Platero about art, creative processes, social conventions and fortuitous connections, or not, on the occasion of her collaboration with PHotoESPAÑA to interpret the Talento a bordo initiative.
It’s time to reclaim one of Spain’s most established and talented photographers, probably one of today’s best portraitists. Hardened in many battles, Javier Salas is the one to call when a cover is meant to endure.
PHotoESPAÑA turns 22. This year, 296 photographers will show their work in 85 exhibitions spread over six cities. Here are a few essential visits in Madrid, Santander, Barcelona, Zaragoza and Segovia.
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Beauty, chaos and paradoxes on the dance floor to understand the youth of today, to understand himself. In 'Time Revealed', the Galician artist explores the nightlife of Rome and Madrid to capture the frenzy that produces as much exaltation as emptiness. PHotoESPAÑA takes him out of his night lab to exhibit his work.
David Jiménez, a pioneer of the photobook in Spain, bring us 'Universes', his first retrospective.
The artist behind ‘The Incised Shadow’, on show at PHotoESPAÑA 2019, says the profound reflection pervading his work was developed with tools that are much more basic and essential than a camera or an objective—time, silence, and intuition.